Curatorial

The Shortest Distance Between Two Points: a group show

09/08/2017
The Shortest Distance Between Two Points: a group show
The Shortest Distance Between Two Points: a group show
Selina Trepp,
The Shortest Distance Between Two Points: a group show
Sep 08-28, 2017 / Chicago Artist Coalition Featuring Candida Alvarez, Jorge Méndez Blake, Robert Burnier, Julietta Cheung, Assaf Evron, Roberto Harrison, Dominika Jackuliakova, Betsy Odom, Stephen Lapthisophon, Nazafarin Lotfi, Heather Mekkelson, Matt Morris, Michael Milano, Bailey Romaine, Josh Rios + Anthony Romero, Ellen Rothenberg, Selina Trepp, Anne Wilson, and Fo Wilson. Euclidean Geometry is based on the... +

Front & Center: The Vocabulary of Furniture

07/27/2017

Survey (Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago) of twenty-five artists completing the Hyde Park Art Center’s Center Program. Featuring Bambi Breakstone, Dawn Brennan, Lauren Carter, Luis DeLaTorre, Angela Dieffenbach, Carlos Flores, Nico Gardner, Silvia Gonzalez, Manal Kara, Soohyun Kim, Angela Lopez, Bobbi Meier, John Metido, Judith Mullen, Abhishek Narula, Grace Needlman, Katherine Nemanich, Connie Noyes, Yoonshin Park, Olivia Petrides, Mary Porterfield, Megan Stroech, Leonard... +

Shadowed! + elsetime: Ellen Rothenberg

03/04/2017
Shadowed! + elsetime: Ellen Rothenberg
Ellen Rothenberg, elsetime, 2015. Installation view, Sector 2337. Photo by Clare Britt.
Shadowed! + elsetime: Ellen Rothenberg
Shadowed! spread from book. Design by Sonia Yoon. Green Lantern Press, 2016.
Shadowed! + elsetime: Ellen Rothenberg
Shadowed! spread from book. Design by Sonia Yoon. Green Lantern Press, 2016.
About the exhibition: May 9 – July 3, 2015 / Sector 2337: elsetime, a solo exhibition by Ellen Rothenberg features new work in a wide range of media from photography, performance, and installation, elsetime examines the difficulty of artistic lineage exploring history’s dislocated presence. Central to Rothenberg’s artistic retcon is the image of her walking in the study of Bertolt Brecht. Rothenberg expands from there, refracting through additionally (and personally)... +

The Chicago Effect: Redefining the Middle

08/27/2016
The Chicago Effect: Redefining the Middle

Group show (Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago) included an invitation to reenact the 2010 GLP show, Isolated Fictions. This exhibition-within-an-exhibition features artists Amanda Browder, Nick Butcher, Maria Dumlao, Jason Dunda, Rebecca Mir Grady, Nadine Nakanishi, Carmen Price, Steve Ruiz, and Hui-min Tsen. The show took place from +

Notes On + Copy Drawings

03/13/2016
Notes On + Copy Drawings
Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.
Notes On + Copy Drawings
Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.
Notes On + Copy Drawings
Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.
Notes On + Copy Drawings
Magalie Guérin, 100 Small Copy Drawings, 2016, various medium on paper, 8.5×11” ea. Photo by Clare Britt.
Notes On + Copy Drawings
Magalie Guérin, NOTES ON, Studio Journal, First Edition of 540, Edited by Caroline Picard, Book design by Sonia Yoon. Green Lantern Press, 2016. Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.
Notes On + Copy Drawings
Magalie Guérin, NOTES ON, Studio Journal, First Edition of 540, Edited by Caroline Picard, Book design by Sonia Yoon. Green Lantern Press, 2016.
Working with Magalie Guérin as an editor on her a-chronological studio journal, we released the book in her solo exhibition, Copy Drawings, at Sector 2337. About the show: March 25, 2016 – May 15, 2016 / Sector 2337, Chicago. Copy Drawings was organized in conjunction with the publication of Guérin’s first book, NOTES ON (The... +