Monday, May 4, 2009

Art Chicago 2009: So many artists, so little time...

I had been hoping to spend a lot more time at Artropolis this year than I did last year. A show this vast should really be visited over a period of a few days. And that was what I planned to do. But as usual, things came up and I ended up having to squeeze everything into one day. And of course, that was the last day. There was so much to see and so many artists caught my eye. Here are a few of them:


Ray Beldner, Moneybags



Thomas Doyle, Clearing (UXO)



Oliver Marsden, Violet Black Harmonic



Dave and Jenn, We told Adam we'd get over this



Yuken Teruya, Rain Forest



Iain Baxter, Still Life, Mesh and 3 Crushed Bottles



Eung Ho Park, I'm Looking at You



Russell West, Chunk



Mitsuo Miura, S/T. Show Window 04.05



Kyong-Yeoul Kim, The Battle- Da Vinci & Dali



Erika Rothenberg, Another Century of Progress



Luo Qing, Comfortably Numb



Marco Casentini, McDonald's Breakfast

Dietrich Wegner, Cumulous Brand, Sabine & Sebastian




Sarah McKenzie, Interior 4




2 comments:

  1. I am hypnotized by the
    Oliver Marsden, Violet Back Harmonic!

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  2. Me too! I could just stare at it for hours.

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