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Reality Check: Directions in Contemporary Art since Ukrainian Independence By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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“Reality Check." Formalism, domesticity and technology, nature, and the legacy of Soviet oppression. Eight artists explore new modes of expression impacted by ideological freedom and open... More > exchange with the West, launched by 1991 Ukrainian independence. "Reality Check" is being organized in conjunction with 25th anniversary of Ukrainian independence commemorations and features artists who have been active from 1991 up through the present. All of the artists are of Ukrainian descent [third and fourth immigration waves] and working with contemporary artistic developments.The year 1991 is serving as a springboard for launching new aesthetic ideas and addressing philosophical issues, directly or indirectly responding to Ukraine’s newfound situation.< 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
CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present the museum’s second collaboration with the Bauhaus Chicago Foundation, “CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE: 4 Artists from... More > Moholy-Nagy’s School.” This exhibition, curated by T. Paul Young, is rooted in the founding of the New Bauhaus which formally opened its doors in 1937 at the renovated Marshall Field mansion on the near south side of Chicago. This new school, directed by former Bauhaus Master László Moholy-Nagy, began a powerful and dynamic new chapter within Chicago’s art, design and educational community. The four gifted artists exhibited here, Alexander Corazzo, Gretchen Schoeninger Corazzo, Robert Nickle and Tadao Takano, are among many from Moholy-Nagy’s school whose work has received only rare exposure to a broad public audience.< Less
CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE (Extended Version) By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present the museum’s second collaboration with the Bauhaus Chicago Foundation, “CUBISM COLLAGE CYBERGRAMS CONCRETE: 4 Artists from... More > Moholy-Nagy’s School.” This exhibition, curated by T. Paul Young, is rooted in the founding of the New Bauhaus which formally opened its doors in 1937 at the renovated Marshall Field mansion on the near south side of Chicago. This new school, directed by former Bauhaus Master László Moholy-Nagy, began a powerful and dynamic new chapter within Chicago’s art, design and educational community. The four gifted artists exhibited here, Alexander Corazzo, Gretchen Schoeninger Corazzo, Robert Nickle and Tadao Takano, are among many from Moholy-Nagy’s school whose work has received only rare exposure to a broad public audience.< Less
Art Paul – Hard Heads, Sweet Knees, Forked Tongues By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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As a graphic designer, Art Paul has had an adventurous career as founding art director of Playboy magazine, designing its signature rabbit-head logo, mentoring artists and illustrators (especially... More > from Chicago), leading a revolution in illustration toward more experimental and personal work, and eventually organizing exhibitions for the magazine. The exhibition Hard Heads, Sweet Knees, Forked Tongues documents Art Paul’s career as an artist after he retired from Playboy in 1982. The exhibit feature a collection of works from the “Head” series—inner portraits of anonymous faces that artist created over the course of several decades. Furthermore, there are also line drawings, cursive word drawings and several paintings. As a whole, the artwork refers to his personal values, satirical observation, and social commentary that is at times serious but streaked with humor.< 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
A Nature Anthology By Ron Kostyniuk et al.
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Kostyniuk has delved into this realm of aesthetic purity for over 50 years, continually grappling with new ways with which to visualize inherent structural properties in a mode readily communicable... More > to others. His work is ultimately social, and seeks to engage humanity by providing the optimal conditions with which viewers can participate with his art. The constructed relief has provided Kostyniuk with a vehicle for realizing those goals, its combination of 2- and 3-dimensional properties – originally derived from painting and sculpture - developed into abstractions by the relational placement of geometric forms, along with their meticulous color modulation.< Less