TOP V.2 FROM EXPO CHICAGO

September 22, 2016 · Print This Article

Welcome to this week’s top V.2 from EXPO Chicago at Navy Pier. Also the stARTup Fair opens tomorrow and don’t forget to check out this week’s Top V for a selection of provocative solo programs being exhibited in spaces both large and small around Chicago this weekend.

 1.  Zuecca Project Space

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Booth #826
Work by: Michele Spanghero

 

2. Charlie James Gallery

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Booth #621
Work by: Sadie Barnette

 

3. Gallery MOMO

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Booth #731
Work by: Ayana V. Jackson and Mary Sibande

 

4. René Schmitt

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Booth #902
Work by: Art & Language, Luis Camnitzer, Michael Müller, Tal R, Peter Saul, ULAY, Rose Wylie

 

5. Sky Over Coney Island

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EXPO In Situ
Work by: Spencer Finch (Curated by Diana Nawi)

 

Carrie Secrist Gallery, Both #406 with Shannon Finley, Andrew Holmquist, and Anne Lindberg also looks great

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Online Catalogue for William Powhida’s L.A. Show Now Available

October 19, 2009 · Print This Article

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An online catalogue is available for William Powhida’s upcoming show at Charlie James Gallery in Los Angeles (in Chinatown, this Friday, October 24th, to be exact). You can access it here (click “catalogue” under the artist’s name). Unfortunately, the images in the .pdf catalogue aren’t of high enough resolution to allow for full magnification, so you can’t really read a lot of the text…which kind of defeats the purpose…sigh…I’m just bummed because I won’t be in L.A. during the run of Powhida’s exhibition and I’m eager to see exactly how he’ll tease/toy with/skewer some of the art world biggies and Hollywood celebrities  in my hometown–the press release offers “apologies” to Eli Broad, Michael Govan “(and everyone at LACMA)”, Jeff Koons, John Baldessari, Christopher Knight, Javier Peres, Steven Soderbergh, Mickey Rourke, New Line Cinema, The Sunset Marquis, Tony’s Restaurant, TMZ, 944 Magazine, the LA Weekly, and the City of Los Angeles–so you know this should be good.

And if you haven’t listened to Amanda and Tom’s interview of William Powhida on the Podcast, you should do that too – it’s definitely on my ever-lengthening list of ‘not to be missed’ Bad at Sports episodes.