Notes on a Conversation: Angee Lennard

Notes on a Conversation: Angee Lennard

Guest post by Julia V. Hendrickson Notes on a Conversation. With—Angee Lennard (Founder, Director, and President of the Board of Directors at Spudnik Press) In—my car, driving to a printmaking workshop at the Marwen Foundation in River North Commenced—on...
Notes on a Conversation: Mark Pascale

Notes on a Conversation: Mark Pascale

Guest Post by Julia V. Hendrickson Notes on a Conversation. With—Mark Pascale (Curator in the Dept. of Prints & Drawings at the Art Institute of Chicago, and Adjunct Professor of Printmedia at SAIC) In—the Prints & Drawings Study Center Commenced—on...

Take-Away Art Gets “Twice Removed”

GUEST POST BY ELIZABETH CORR A few weeks ago, some friends and I attended the opening of Twice Removed: A Survey of Take Away Work at Golden Age. I was excited to see a show entirely dedicated to this concept, a concept that one of my favorite artists, Félix...
Ray Noland’s Urban Fairway

Ray Noland’s Urban Fairway

Guest post by Elizabeth Corr There has certainly been no lack of political drama in Chicago over the past two years. Starting in November 2008, with the historical election of Barack Obama, a wave of excitement and pride swept through the city. This atmosphere proved...
Center Field on art:21 blog: Interview with Derek Chan

Center Field on art:21 blog: Interview with Derek Chan

Our latest post for our Center Field column on art:21 blog is up! This week, Martine Syms talks to Derek Chan, whose 12 x 12 exhibition at the  Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago opens on November 6th. A brief excerpt: Derek Chan and I have been friends for a little...