5 Person Bufet is an ongoing project by Turkish artist Deniz Gül. First taking the form of a screenplay written by the artist about five characters physically and metaphorically locked inside five enclosed spaces or cabinets, the project evolved into a sculptural installation manifesting the five pieces of furniture, which she presented at ARTER, Istanbul, in 2011. […]
Visit us at MDW Fair at Mana Contemporary Art in Pilsen, 2233 South Throop Street Chicago, IL 60608 Our booth features a curated selection of artwork by our current and upcoming exhibiting artists, resident artists, and faculty artists. The booth will also feature a curated Ikea bookshelf called SHELF that will function as a venue for […]
Join the Hyde Park Art Center for refreshments and informal conversation with Istanbul-based Deniz Gül and Chicago artist Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford, our first residents participating in the inaugural Jackman class selected for The Residency, a new Art Center initiative. In Chicago for two months, Gül will be working on-site at the Art Center with students, patrons, […]
Come to the Art Center for openhousechicago and related events!openhousechicago is a city-wide weekend organized by the Chicago Architecture Foundation that invites Chicagoans to explore architecturally, culturally, and historically significant buildings through self-guided tours.Participants of openhousechicago who choose to visit the Art Center will be given a handout explaining who we are and what we do, along with a map of our […]
Join us for the launch of The Residency & celebration of its inaugural cohort of artists–The Jackman Class. We will be celebrating this exciting endeavor with two of The Residency’s first resident artists, Deniz Gul and Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford; The Residency’s catalytic champion, Deone Jackman; and the Chicago cultural community. More details to follow. To RSVP contact Alex Myagkova at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773.324.5520 […]
Istanbul-based Deniz Gül is our first artist-in-residence working in the studio from September 17 – November 7. Check out her work at the Chicago Artist Month event on October 13.