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The New UnNatural By Robin Dluzen
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The New UnNatural, curated by Robin Dluzen and Mary Lou Zelazny
In That I Trust By Stanislav Grezdo & Robin Dluzen
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Catalog for exhibition of the artist Stanislav Grezdo at the ARC Gallery in Chicago (September 3 - 27, 2014). Introduction written by Robin Dluzen.
Skimption By Stanislav Grezdo & Robin Dluzen
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In this exhibition, curated by artist and art critic Robin Dluzen, the grey areas between established genres are explored by these five emerging artists. Diana Gabriel and Emily Hermant each present... More > site-specific works, with Gabriel’s linear-patterned, fiber installation bringing drawing into three dimensional space, and Hermant’s hand-rendered “wallpaper” challenging the distinction between slow handmade processes and fast-paced digital communication. Luis Sahagun intermingles “high art” materials with the “low” stuff of everyday life with a series of floor and wall pieces that embody both permanence and ephemera. For Catherine Schwalbe, an intimate, ceramics studio practice is a catalyst for her large-scale social practice, here manifested in an indoor garden of edible greens for viewers to harvest. Rusty Shackleford’s series of works are neither paintings, photographs nor typical collages, in an innovative gestural painting and digital scanning process that’s unlike anything else.< Less
SEDIMENTED By Stanislav Grezdo & Robin Dluzen
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The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present “Sedimented,” a 4-person exhibition featuring Chicago-based artists Stephen Eichhorn, Gunjan Kumar, Judith Mullen and Toby... More > Zallman. These artists not only share an interest in the intersection of the natural and the manmade, but the manner in which they create their multimedia works have conceptual and literal processes in common. In different ways, the artists are all gatherers of images and materials –as if a multitude of ephemera and ideas have been loosened from the world around them and collected, settling within the artists’ studios and their works.< Less
Chornobyl 30 Years Later By Stanislav Grezdo & Robin Dluzen
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On April 26, 1986, the Chornobyl nuclear disaster occurred in Pripyat, Ukraine. This was the worst nuclear power plant catastrophe in history resulting in tremendous casualties and long term... More > contamination effects that are still reverberating to this day. 2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the disaster, and the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is dedicating the exhibition spaces of the entire museum to two exhibits addressing the theme, “Chornobyl: 30 Years Later.” In the West Gallery, “Chornobyl: Impact & Beyond,” nine artists have created works with a range of subject matter related to Chornobyl before, during and after the incident, as well as its wider impact physically and conceptually. In addition to “Chornobyl: Impact & Beyond,” the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art has commissioned a fine art print portfolio project and exhibition entitled, “Chornobyl - Artists Respond,” the contents of which will be on display in the East Gallery.< Less
Natural Inclinations By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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Catalog for “Natural Inclinations,” an exhibition of social media generated photography by seven Chicago-based artists. While each of the artists, Oscar Arriola, Stephanie Burke, Linda... More > Dorman, Harvey Hanig, Gregg Hertzlieb, Barbara Koenen and Nathan Mason, have practices and careers meant for traditional modes of exhibition, the works in “Natural Inclinations” illustrate the ways that innate artistic sensibility translates into the more casual, immediate and accessible mediums of Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.< Less
Chornobyl: Artists Respond By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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Catalog of exhibition at The Ukrainian Institute of America in New York that originated at Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago. On the occasion of the disaster’s thirtieth anniversary... More > in 2016, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago commissioned a fine art print project and accompanying exhibition titled, “Chornobyl: Artists Respond.” The UIMA invited thirty Chicago-based artists to participate in the project—each artist to create an original print in an edition of forty—in commemoration of the tragic event. Coming from diverse cultural, ethnic and social backgrounds, the artists were challenged to address the project in reflection to personal and global knowledge and interpretation of the Chornobyl disaster.< Less
Domestic Disturbances By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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“Domestic Disturbances” is an exhibition of work relating to the home within the context of the human condition and how our lives are reflected in what we call home. Issues represented in... More > the artists work deal with what constitutes a home and how homes reflect our lives, outwardly and psychologically. Homes have such a deep connection to our identity and it is where our most intimate moments play out, for better and for worse. Artists in the exhibition:Alberto Aguilar, Robert Burnier, Lily Dithrich, Victoria Fuller, Alyssa Miserendino, Alison Ruttan. Curated by Victoria Fuller< Less
AXIOM By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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Three artists rooted in process associated with artisan-ship who accept some tenants of that history while pushing their discipline’s dynamic possibilities in their distinctive artistic voices.... More > All three share a relationship to textile processes, a commonality of their friendships and camaraderie. Their work, rooted in an exuberant materiality, composite surface and illusionary space, extend fixed viewpoints of craft into expanded poetic exploration. Artists: Frank Connet, Lialia Kuchma, Anne McGinn Curator: Doug Stapleton October 7 – December 4, 2016 at Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago< Less
Dissecting Signifiers By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present "Dissecting Signifiers," a group show curated by artist Eric Gushee investigating the signs, symbols, and icons that are present... More > in our everyday experiences. The show presents and indexes the variety of ways one interprets and reinterprets the everyday objects and imagery of the visual language we are exposed to in our environment. The artists selected for this show extrapolate meaning from dissecting visual language - implementing it in their art as tools for creating allegories, to reflect on personal experience, voice political opinions, and even constructing new worlds from the remains of this one. Artists: Salvador Dominguez, Jason Hawk, Chris Silva, Asli Uludag< Less

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