Art Top 5: May 2020

Apr 28, 2020 / by Kerry Cardoza / Newcity Art


Installation view, Noah Singer: After all, they sing. Patron Gallery/Photo: Evan Jenkins

1

Noah Singer: After all, they sing

(Patron Gallery)
Experience a virtual walkthrough of a stunning, spare exhibition of ceramic vessels on the Patron website, complete with a voiceover from the artist detailing the work.

Ongoing

2

El Greco: Ambition and Defiance

(Art Institute of Chicago)
Visit the museum website for a virtual tour of this career-spanning exhibition, as well as an interactive web feature that tracks the origin and the recent conservation of “The Assumption of the Virgin.”
Through June 21

3

Duro Olowu: Seeing Chicago
(Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago)
The Nigerian-born, British-based designer defines cosmopolitanism in a brief video on the MCA website, where you can also listen to audio that plays throughout the galleries.
Through May 10

4

COVIDtv
(@covidtv)
Each Sunday, artist and entrepreneur Julia Arredondo hosts COVIDtv programming on Instagram Live, featuring the wares and practices of local artists and makers.
Ongoing, Sundays starting at 10am CT

5

Late Capital TV
(Flatland)
Run by gallery co-owner Curtis Miller, an ongoing Twitch stream hosts cloudcasts, experimental films and artist readings for the foreseeable future.
Ongoing