Welcome to this week’s TOP V from EXPO CHICAGO at Navy Pier. Also, don’t forget to check out this week’s TOP V for a selection of provocative programs being exhibited in spaces both large and small around Chicago this weekend.

 

1. TEMPLON

Booth 141
Work by: Franz Ackerman, Omar Ba, James Casebere, Francesco Clemente, Philippe Cognée, Jime Dine, Jitish Kallat, Iván Navarro, Philip Pearlstein, George Segal, Chiharu Shiota*, Kehinde Wiley 

 

2.  IN/SITU :Janine Antoni

Work by: Janine Antoni (sponsored by Luhring Augustine)

 

3. Zalucky Contemporary

Booth 151
Work by: Sam Cotter, Lee Henderson, Lili Huston-Herterich, Laura Moore, Jim Verburg, Jacob Robert Whibley*

 

4. Royale Projects

Booth 272
Work by: Jane Callister, Kenneth Capps, Alejandro Diaz, Ewerdt Hilgemann, Estate of Clinton HIll, Karen Lofgren*, Ken Lum, Kristin McIver, Rubén Ortiz Torres, David Allan Peters

 

5. Miles Mcenery Gallery

Booth 267
Work by: Brian Alfred, Kevin Appel, Bo Bartlett, Amy Bennett, Suzanne Caporael, Davis Cone, Gene Davis, Tomory Dodge, Inka Essenhigh, Franklin Evans, Beverly Fishman, Helen Frankenthaler, Monique van Genderen, Isca Greenfield-Sanders, Iva Gueorguieva, James Hayward, Hans Hofmann, Warren Isensee, Wolf Kahn, Tom LaDuke, Annie Lapin, Julio Larraz, Erin Lawlor, Patrick Lee, Markus Linnenbrink, Morris Louis, Emily Mason, Ryan McGinness, Jason Middlebrook, Yunhee Min, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Rod Penner, David Allan Peters, Judy Pfaff, Michael Reafsnyder, Daniel Rich*, John Sonsini, Tam Van Tran, Esteban Vicente, Patrick Wilson, Guy Yanai, Liat Yossifor

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