Intersection: Chicago Sculpture International

(Featured Image: Mike Baur ‘Escarpment: Blue Mesa’ 27” x 20” x 10”, stained concrete and copper)

Intersection is group exhibit featuring a vast range of sculptural artwork exploring the idea of intersection — whether it displays a formal joining of materials or processes; discusses contemporary issues of intersectionality in concept or content; presents differing or contrasting views within one united three-dimensional form or space; or emerges as a collaborative endeavor between two or more individuals.   On display in the Chicago Sculpture International Project Space at 1912 N. Damen in Chicago, this exhibition celebrates multiples ways of working, expressing, and being, where artists reinforce the inter-connective nature of art and humanity within a shared, supportive space. 

Chicago Sculpture International Project Space
1912 N. Damen
Chicago, IL 60647

Thru February 24

Gallery Hours: Friday-Sunday 1-6 PM or by appointment


Mike Baur “Escarpment: Blue Mesa” 27” x 20” x 10”, stained concrete and copper – side view

 


“Collective 27 (pi: 871…296)” by Yvette Kaiser Smith, 55″ x 63″ x 1.5″, 4.7mm acrylic felt, transparent and sanded opaque 1/8” acrylic sheets, 8/4 cotton carpet warp yarn, PVC and aluminum pipe

 


“Blue Curve” by Scott Mossman, 18” x 18” x 15”, Acrylic on wood


“Red Curve” by Scott Mossman, 23” x 19” x 18”, Acrylic on wood