Tag: Bhakti Baxter

Please join us on Friday, ​August 11th from 7pm – 10pm for MOBILIZE!, an exhibition and silent auction of curated protest signs by local artists.  100% of all proceeds raised at the silent auction will be donated to the ACLU of Florida to defend our civil liberties. Participating artists include Adler Guerrier, Alan Guitierrez, Alessandra Mondolfi, Amanda Keeley, […]

Chicago – In order to bring art to enliven the walls and spaces of the Fashion Outlets of Chicago as it was being built, developers of the multilevel outlet shopping center partnered with the newly-founded, Chicago-based collective The Arts Initiative, which brings art to public and private places. Primary Projects, the Miami-based curator of the project, […]

Words by : Rachel Kaplan Perhaps because it is so prevalent in contemporary discourse, it seems that everywhere you go these days there is a form of art trying to redefine an unconventional place. Artistic ideas are leaving the gallery and museum, extending beyond art fairs, and now, as a natural progression, are being displayed […]

Words by : Tara Kosloski The greatest thing about art in the public sphere is that there is no cost, and little effort for anyone to experience something great. Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor is—quite literally—the shining example of this phenomenon. Tourists, and even native Chicagoans, flock to it, and seemingly worship at its glistening contours. One […]