Posts tagged: Exhibitions
There is physicality in analog recordings. Video and sound information is embedded into tactile items, unlike intangible digital formats. Susceptible to malfunctions and distortions unique to the medium, analog objects have a heavy presence of the hand and time in its manipulations. The exhibition Wow and Flutter: Dynamic Range in Analog Art unites artists exploring visual and audio analog techniques in their work. Opening reception at Johalla Projects 1561 N. Milwaukee 2nd floor, is June 10th from 7-10pm. Exhibition continues until June 22nd and is by appointment only.
Ron Ewert, Chris Fischer, Mike Kloss, Bryan Lear, Brett Naucke and Triangle Incorporated.
Wow and Flutter: Dynamic Range in Analog Art
1561 N Milwaukee 2nd Floor
Opening Reception June 10th 7-10pm
Exhibition continues through June 22
JOHALLA PROJECTS THURSDAY NIGHT RAGER AT STREETSIDE CAFE.
Thursday, June 2 at 10:00pm - Friday, June 3 at 1:00am
DJ set by Chicago rockers The White Mystery Twins!
Rock and roll music provided by The Kings of Maplewood!
Artist Brian Sorg exhibiting artwork!
Things of fries!
Things of nachos!
Old Style beverages!
FREE! FREE! FREE!
3201 W. Armitage Ave
CEASELESS BLOOMS IN JOBLESS COLORS
One Night Only: May 20th, 2011
7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
1561 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
Ceaseless blooms in Jobless Colors is a collectively curated show by an upper level course at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Presenting a breadth of new work in photography, video, sculpture, and new media, the artist’s disparate practices are brought together under a shared sense of ambivalence about leaving the cloister produced by an art education.
The floor lasts for four years only; intangible though the feeling is, the upset caused by being forced out into the world with only a shirt on one’s back, a degree on file, and a repository of contacts in one’s phone is a sentiment known by all students. What remains to be seen is whether or not everyone concerned will succeed, and how, further, they define success.
Thomson Dryjanski, Brandy Fisher, Emerson Granillo, David M. Hall, Misato Inaba, Absis Minas, Jen Smoose, Jaroslaw Studencki, Kristen Lee Stokes, Eileen Mueller, Casey McGonagle, Hyounsang Yoo.
Ryan Duggan’s piece from our NEXT booth got featured in Bad at Sports. They also named The Post Family as “Best Chicago booth at NEXT.” Check it out here!
Works by Caitlin Arnold and Aron Gent at our NEXT booth were reviewed in Gapers Block’s “Britt’s Artropolis Picks.”
Johalla Projects is pleased to announce its showcase in NEXT: The Invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art. We will be sharing a booth with The Post Family in the Goffo section near row 600. Come find us!
Johalla Projects will be featuring work by:
The Post Family will be featuring work by:
You’ll find a stellar assortment of original Family books, prints and more for sale.
Preview: Thursday, April 28, 2011 5:00-9:00pm
Open: April 29 – May 2, 2011
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Mon: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
350 N. Wells St.
This lovely installation piece is by Alexis Rose. Our MDW booth also includes work by Ryan Duggan and Christopher Fischer. Stop by this Saturday and Sunday, we’re on the 2nd floor at booth #211!
MDW Art Fair 2011
April 23, 1-10pm and April 24, 1-5pm
3636 South Iron Street - Chicago, Illinois
Work from our online gallery. Check it out by going to johallaprojects.com and clicking “STAFF + ARTISTS.”
Caitlin Arnold - Untitled Portrait 2009
Melissa Marinaro - Dodson on Dodson 2011
Dalia Amara - Coffinbox 2010
Kristen Stokes - 13 Emissions 2011
Alex Getz - #232 2010
Alexis Rose - House Keeping 2010
Aron Gent - Basement (Cabin) 2009
Brian Sorg - New Muscles 2009
Christopher Fischer - Dreams of Soft Pretzel
Heather Gabel - True Devotion is Unwavering
Joseph Rynkiewicz - Lucky Star 2010