The latest exhibition at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery in Chicago touches on the exploration of not only experience but also Blackness. For the Mexico-City based artist, Clotilde Jiménez, his series of collages serve as a way to unwrap his personal narrative.
I met Bisa Bulter at the 2019 Expo Art Fair in Chicago, IL. Her bright-toned quilts caught my eye from across the venue and I had so many questions, and emotions, but overall warmth.
The detachment between one’s true self and the socially programmed persona we take on is exemplified through Florine Demosthene’s “Between Possibility and Actuality” at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery in Chicago
Visual artist, LaToya Ruby Frazier showcases her collaborative storytelling with the people who appear in her photographs, videos, texts, interviews, and performances in her latest exhibition, The last Cruze at The Renaissance Society in Chicago, IL.
What results from urban planning, social practice, and a hunger for change? Theaster Gates at Richard Gray may be it. The latest exhibition from the Chicago based artist emphasised the intersection of fine art and social progression.
Floating around the the meticulously polished concrete floors of White Cube Bermondsey it is difficult to imagine anything looking bad in such a perfectly sized and finished space.
Serpentine gallery, London
Late Chicago-born artist has never had the retrospective he deserves in US – perhaps galleries are afraid, for his work is as shocking as it is powerful
The much anticipated Burnham Pavilion by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) of London, UK, has officially opened to the public in… Read More
After a successful debut in 2007, ShContemporary returns to the spectacular Shanghai Exhibition Center from September 10th – 13th. This… Read More