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
Noah Singer: After all, they sing
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.
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
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
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
Late Capital TV
Run by gallery co-owner Curtis Miller, an ongoing Twitch stream hosts cloudcasts, experimental films and artist readings for the foreseeable future.
More from the Press:
Detroit’s Library Street Collective launches virtual exhibitions inside historic city buildings
Apr 24, 2020 / by Wallace Ludel / The Art Newspaper
Specific Objects, Enduring Influence: Architects, Designers, and Artists on Donald Judd
Mar 20, 2020 / by The Editors / Surface