Art Top 5: February 2022
Jan 28, 2022 / by Kerry Cardoza / Newcity Art
Greg Breda: Still
In seven paintings, the L.A. artist tenderly memorializes decisive moments for African American characters in film.
Through February 19
Carris Adams: Get Over, Get Under, Get Easy, Get Greasy
For her second solo exhibition with Goldfinch, Adams continues to explore commercial signage and the social and political implications of advertising oneself.
Through February 12
If A Mountain Could Love
A group show, curated by Cody Tumblin, that uses the genre of landscape painting to find seeds of hope in a dark season.
Through March 4
(Chicago Artists Coalition)
HATCH residents Osée Obaonrin and Nayeon Yang contemplate repeated actions and the consequences of choice in a multidisciplinary exhibition.
Through February 17
Michael Heizer: The Lashonda Series
(Mana Contemporary Chicago)
The renowned land artist displays twenty painterly screenprints, made in 1975, organized by the Monira Foundation in collaboration with AYN Foundation.
Opens February 3
More from the Press:
Paintings by Greg Breda that reference pivotal moments for black characters in classic films
Jan 28, 2022 / by Katy Cowman / Creative Boom
“It’s just people living their lives”: Painter Greg Breda captures moments of quiet transformation in Black cinema
Jan 14, 2022 / by Colony Little / The Art Newspaper