October 1-November 15, 2017 Opening Celebration: Sunday, October 1, 2-7pm 704 Highland Ave, Oak Park, IL The 2017 Terrain Biennial is an large scale exhibition of site-specific art made for front yards, balconies, and porches, in Oak Park and beyond. Neighborhoods throughout Chicagoland will host events in conjunction with the festival. A map and specifics for… Read more »
Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound September 14, 2017-February 25, 2018 The Museum of Arts and Design Jerome and Simona Chazen Building, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound is a multi-component exhibition featuring interactive installations, immersive environments, and performing objects that explore how the ephemeral and abstract nature of sound… Read more »
Solo Exhibition by Huong Ngo August 27-September 23, 2017 EXPO Art After Hours: Friday, September 15, 6-9pm The Franklin 3522 W. Franklin Blvd. Inspired by the concept of the backyard as territory of negotiating difference, Huong Ngo will create a site-specific sound installation that examines and archives the often invisible and unspoken aspects of growing up bilingually…. Read more »
In Earth, Aleksandr Dovzhenko gives a poetic depiction of nature alongside the conflict of agricultural collectivization between peasant Ukrainian farmers and the landowning “kulaks”. The film presents two accounts of this collectivization; the first a portrayal of peasants working the land, sharing their lives with the soil and their harvests; the second an ideological framework underlying the idea of land ownership as told through the Bilokin family saga and the introduction of the tractor into the process of collective work as a type of machine protagonist
Chicago Torture Justice Memorials will design and mount a permanent public memorials embodying the experiences and testimonies of over 120 police torture survivors and their families. The memorials, which include artwork, archival materials, and oral histories, will connect Chicago police torture to the rise of mass incarceration and excessive sentencing in Illinois and in the broader United States
Infinite Games continues John Preus’ ongoing project of giving new life to discarded CPS materials; opens his salvaging and reuse practice to other artists, and most importantly deeply embeds the project within a lived architecture and design space.
For the People Artists Collective is now accepting submissions for a 2018 city-wide exhibition Do Not Resist? 100 Years of Police Violence in Chicago visually exploring incidents of police violence in Chicago.
Axis Lab hosts BASE LINE: Argyle is Alive a pop-up summer festival featuring curated food, live performances, music, art, and local vendors, celebrating the diversity and legacies of immigrants and refugees in the community surrounding Argyle St.
For its inaugural Artist-Run Exchange Program exhibition, ADDS DONNA announces a two-person exhibition organized by Open Space, an artist-run gallery in Baltimore, Maryland. Rachael Hayden and Sophie Friedman-Pappas will present paintings and sculpture that combine symbolic imagery with a juicy, psychedelic-pop aesthetic. Together their work delves into the unexplained and otherworldly in pursuit of self-awareness.
Dr. Rock transforms the Franklin Gallery into a therapist’s office where visitors are invited to sign up in advance and discuss their respective anxieties with the rock in attendance. Known for their humble stature and centuries of experience, Dr. Rock has kindly agreed to donate their services for up to three consecutive Sundays.