Tag: Curtis Mann

Inside Curtis Mann's Studio

Inside Curtis Mann's Studio
by Jeriah Hildwine Curtis Mann is a Chicago-based photographer who shows at Kavi Gupta gallery.  In 2009 his work was featured in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago‘s UBS 12×12 exhibition program, and last year was included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial.  His recent exhibition at Kavi Gupta (October 23, 2010 to January 30, 2011)... Read more »

A Giant in the West Loop: Huma Bhaba at Rhona Hoffman

By Jeriah HildwinePhotos by Stephanie Burke “Huma Bhaba” isn’t one of those absurdist, implied-onomatopoetic titles that are in vogue right now; it’s the Pakistan-born, New York-based artist’s name.  Like Curtis Mann, who shows at Kavi Gupta right across the street from Rhona Hoffman, she was included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial, curated by Francisco Bonami... Read more »

Art News/News Art: Tsunami Art

This is how we're used to seeing tsunamis: computer generated monsters out of big box cinema action films.
Natural disasters have been affecting and shaping human life for as long as we’ve been around. Recent events such as today’s deadly earthquake in Japan and the potentially deadly tsunami headed for the West coast only bear this out, not to mention other recent disasters in Haiti (2010), Myanmar (2008), and of course our own... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: 2/18/2011 - 2/27/2011

by Jeriah HildwinePhotos by  Stephanie Burke This Snack Report covers the weekends of February 18th and 19th, and February 25th through 28th.  Don’t forget to check out the slideshow for even more pictures from the openings! Friday, Feb. 18th Zolla/Lieberman Gallery – 325 W. Huron St. Repertoire, work by Marie Krane Bergman/Cream Co., Samantha Bittman,... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 2/18/11 - 2/19/11

by Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine Steph: This was our first super busy weekend in a while, and we actually managed to make it to almost everywhere we planned to go. Steph:  I started off Friday at Donald Young Gallery in the Loop, which featured the work of Jeanne Dunning. Dunning’s work, at least in... Read more »

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (10/22 - 10/24)

Hello out there boys and ghouls. It’s almost time for Halloween, but not quite yet. This weekend is anothe one of those “got to go to my own/my sig-o’s event” type of adventures. But it will be an awesome adventure. There are also a couple openings I want to hit Saturday, if I can, before... Read more »