Please note that this event is taking place at Humboldt Park Public Library, 1605 N. Troy Street Chicago, IL 60647.
In participation with Much Much More Program organized by Philip von Zweck, Oli Watt shares his work and experience from the past 15 years. He is currently featured at the Hyde Park Art Center in the exhibitions Here Comes A Regular and A Study in Midwestern Appropriation, on view until January 12th, 2014.
Oli Watt (b. 1968) is a Chicago-based artist and educator. Exhibitions of his work have been presented at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Spencer Brownstone, New York, Rocket Gallery, London, and the Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago. His work has been published and received reviews in Art on Paper, Art US, New Yorker, New Art Examiner, and the Village Voice. Watt is the recipient of the Maxine and Stuart Applebaum Award of Excellence and the Tweed Museum of Art Purchase Award. Watt received a MFA in printmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he has been Adjunct Assistant Professor since 2003.