You're Invited – Urban Quilt on Exhibit at Catherine Edelman Gallery, July 13!

YOU’RE INVITED!

Urban Quilt on Exhibit at Catherine Edelman Gallery

July 13, 5-8pm

urban quilt, catherine edelman gallery

Urban Quilt

I’m thrilled to invite you to the opening reception of The Chicago Project VII exhibition at the esteemed Catherine Edelman Gallery!
I’ll be exhibiting 9 pieces from my ongoing Urban Quilt series alongside six other artists:

Barbara Diener
Jim Ferguson
Whit Forrester
Andy Goodwin
Natasha Spencer
Samantha VanDeman

Opening Reception:

Date: Friday, July 13, 2018
Time: 5-8pm
Location:  Catherine Edelman Gallery
                 300 W Superior St, Chicago
 

Exhibition Dates: July 13 – August 31, 2018
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am-5:30pm
Artist Talk: August 3, 6:30-7:30pm

A bit about the series:
In the city that built the first skyscraper, the lines that structure the urban landscape run north and south, east and west thus creating ‘the grid’. However, the most striking lines are the ones that run from street to sky. The facades of Chicago’s imposing towers make up this whole other grid, composed of windows, beams, balconies, pillars, rooflines.
I’ve started to see this grid as a quilt. Because I don’t just see individual buildings standing there as imposing towers of steel. I see a patchwork. Different colors, different textures, different materials, different architectural styles, all pieced together.
When I started photographing the city as an urban quilt, I became more aware of the way these buildings preserve different moments from our history. My photographs flatten out the miles between the streets and erase the years that separate one construction project from the next. It’s all stitched together now on a single plane.

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