Michael Dopp, Untitled (Kite 2), 2010 Acrylic on canvas, 64 x 48 inches May 8 – June 5, 2010 Michael Dopp’s paintings are both dense and bare, open and closed, expanding and contracting. The work arrives out of successive stages that simultaneously complete and frustrate each other. Such stages are evident in the array of marks – networks of lines creating patterns, which suggest both spatial qualities and underscore the flatness of the canvas’ surface. […]
March 27 – May 1, 2010
MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce a new exhibition of drawings by Chicago-based artist Michelle Grabner. Grabner works primarily in painting, drawing, and printmaking, and her practice is commonly organized around straightforward mathematical systems.
Zak Prekop, Untitled, 2008 Pen and paper on canvas 25 3/4 x 23 3/4 inches September 9 – October 18, 2009 Lisa Cooley Gallery presents a two-person exhibition of abstract paintings by two artists, Jon Pestoni, from Los Angeles, and Zak Prekop, from Chicago. The paintings of Jon Pestoni and Zak Prekop have clear affinities – their separate practices arise from a conceptual foundation, but are executed with intellectual playfulness, subtlety, lightness and lyricism. Both […]
Jamisen Ogg, Associate (bench), 2008 Wood, canvas, acrylic paint, 35 x 72 x 17.5 inches June 18 – July 24, 2009 Hudson Franklin presents Embedded, a group exhibition featuring the work of Alice Könitz, Fawn Krieger, and Jamisen Ogg. These three artists embed forms associated with modernist architecture and design as well as Minimalism into their sculptures and works on paper. Each artist has subsumed the modernist vocabulary, and in varying degrees of transparency, each […]
Our second VIEWLIST exhibition is conceived by Chicago-based artist Michelle Grabner.
"So I think what comes next is a web with big holes blown in it. A spiderweb in a storm. The turtles get knocked out from under it, the platform sinks through the cloud. A lot of the inherent contradictions of the web get revealed, the contradictions in the oxymorons smash into each other." -- Bruce Sterling, February 2009