If you have been intrigued by the giant eyeball which will reside in Chicago’s Pritzker Park in about a month, there’s more artwork by Tony Tasset to see in town.
Tasset also has a number of works included in the Museum of Contemporary Art’s exhibition “Rewind: 1970s-1990s Works from the MCA Collection,” on view until September 5th. I reviewed the exhibition on ArtSlant, and discussed Tasset’s works in particular.
There’s also a mini-retrospective of Tasset’s work from 1986-1996 over at Kavi Gupta Gallery. Robyn Roulo enjoyed the irreverent art and attitude, her review is also on ArtSlant.
Eye will be joining another one of Tasset’s public art commissions, Snow Pile for Chicago which can be seen anytime in the window of the Goldblatt’s Building (1613 W. Chicago Ave.)