The Midwest’s mega-fair seems less concerned with the bottom line, making space for politics.
An Ominous Score for Antarctica’s Collapsing Glaciers
In downtown Chicago, the artist duo Luftwerk has created a public sound piece that evokes the calving of Antartica’s Larsen C ice shelf.
Sculpting the Shapes of a Monochrome Landscape
CHICAGO — The stated aim of Scaped, a group exhibition at the A+D Gallery, is to create an “artistic ecosystem” of artworks that play with the idea of landscape primarily by removing color and offering a catalogue of various shapes and objects in monochrome.
Feeling the Current in Santa Fe
SANTA FE — This is a city best known for a gallery circuit saturated with Southwestern and traditional American Indian art; it may be less apparent that there is a dynamic contemporary art scene emerging in this bucolic desert town.