Weekend Preview – pattern painting as an agent of change

This week’s picks on what to see this weekend, slightly delayed due to weather conditions. For more listings, see here and here.

Eliza Myrie @ Applied Arts

I am interested in anything involving the Manute Bol, so I will of course attend and recommend Eliza Myrie‘s Ohh Manute, which involves Bol’s obituary photograph in a number of formal variations. See the opening Friday, February 4th from 6-8PM @ Applied Arts, 845 W Washington Blvd.

Philip Vanderhyden / Mike Schuh @ Andrew Rafacz Gallery

I describe Chicago’s surface and paint painter Philip Vanderhyden‘s paintings differently every time I have a chance to, though the words surface and paint and chance come up every time. Today, I’ll throw static and depth in there too. His show in the main space is accompanied at the second space by new sculptures from Mike Schuh, a body of work titled Occupation. See them both on Saturday, February 5th from 4-7PM @ Andrew Rafacz Gallery, 835 W Washington Blvd.

Philip Vanderhyden, Untitled

Philip Vanderhyden, Untitled

I am Not Superstitious @ LVL3

Wicker Park’s LVL3 Gallery celebrates its one year anniversary with a far out journey into the mind, brought to you by artists Ben Driggs,Veronica Rafael and Hans Peter Sundquist. Get experienced this Saturday, February 5th from 6-10PM @ LVL3 Gallery, 1452 N Milwaukee Ave, 3.

Veronica Rafael, in retrospect, it's lucid.

Veronica Rafael, in retrospect, it's lucid.

severance permutations

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