Sculptor Chris Bradley (American, b. 1982) is interested in the real, everyday things around us that become so commonplace we stop noticing them. Like Warhol, he is attracted to ordinary objects, such as potato chips and pizza boxes.
Chippendale recalls his time spent with Fort Thunder, an independent DIY space in Providence, Rhode Island. Find an excerpt of the article below and read the entire essay at The Creative Independent.
It’s Just Color is an exhibition of screen-printed and dyed fabric monoprints of imagined environments capturing the tableau of everyday phenomena. Exhibition Dates: April 1st - April 29th.
Sustain Arts launched their Chicagoland platform on January 26, 2017 at the Chicago Cultural Center...
Bad at Sports launches their inaugural feature of THINKS to Think with an interview with current BOLT resident Luis Sahagún.
Currently on view through January 27th at Columbia College's Hokin Gallery is IN THE CIRCLE: CHICAGO FOOTWORK, an exhibition curated by South Side footwork crew The Era and Libby Buck.
De Lara sat down with CAR to discuss his path, what drew him to sculpture, and the parallels of being an athlete and an artist.
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