Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Monday, October 11, 2010

All Black Everything, New Works By Michael Kloss























All Black Everything
new works by michael kloss

All black everything is a new series of drawings exploring slightly outdated pop culture figures. Mainly men from Edward Furlong to
Jim Brewer.

eastern expansion
244 W 31st street
chicago, IL
Oct 15th 7-10 pm
Appointment only after the 15th
up till Nov 13th

Wave Int'l at CPS























Issue 01
Presented by Wave Int'l
Co-Prosperity Sphere
3219-21 South Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60608

Dates: October 15 - November 12, 2010
Opening Reception: October 15, 2010 7-10 PM
Appointment Only After the 15th


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Wave Int'l invites you to open Issue 01 with us at Co-Prosperity Sphere on
Friday, October 15.

Brian and I initiated Wave Int'l as a platform for our respected peers to meet and
collaborate on some ideas we've been contemplating in our readings, writings,
works and conversations. We hope for our global community to convene in the
form of quarterly networks, or Issues, in various geographic locations
throughout time. Each issue culminates in an exhibition and publication. We
welcome you to meet us at our first network by attending the Issue 01 opening
and picking up a copy of it or downloading the PDF at http://waveintl.info/.

For Issue 01, we invited Ida Lehtonen (Gothenburg, Sweden) and Micah Schippa
(Chicago, IL) to talk about iconography in the "office". The issue will feature new
works from Lehtonen and Schippa, and a contribution from Bret Schneider (New
York, NY).

Please visit http://waveintl.info/ for more information.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Scott Cowan / 17 Pictures


Scott Cowan, in his first photography exhibition, has selected 17 images from a body of work that will eventually contain 10,000 photos. The chosen work illustrates humor, raw tension, claustrophobia, and strangely grotesque excess within and without what is typically thought of as 'common' cultural objects. They are clearly fixed ‘facts’ of the real world but impartially recorded within the order and clarity imposed or allowed by the camera. While less focus is placed on direct narrative, the starting point is an egalitarian or evenhanded place where no one object contained within the picture has direct precedence over the other. The emphasis is on shape, color, form, symbol, texture and fragments of space. With this in mind these images re-think about what is considered successful, beautiful, or visually important. It is as if the aesthetic qualities are not a separate issue to resolve apart from the objects themselves.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Reuben's new Newsletter




Reuben has helped fund the community newsletter, The Bridgeport International. A blog has started and the first issue is available for download at the blog.