Tag: Cody Hudson

Excited to welcome Cody Hudson to town for our Artist in House program with Soho House. Starting the week of with a collaborative group cut and paste project, followed by dinner inspired by the timeless world of the Wisconsin Supper Club, and finishing the week with a stamp jam. Dates below, if you are interested in […]

Words by Nate Rabner  |  Photo by Monica McGivern Two walls of windows make Primary Projects’ new Design District gallery feel a little like a storefront, blending into the rows of furniture stores around it. But this is a showroom from another dimension. Monoliths clad in carpet swatches, glass, and flowers sprout from the floor […]

Words by Shelly Davidov Known as a venue friendly to local artists, Primary Projects doesn’t disappoint with its Art Basel gathering of Miami creatives. The “International Friendship Exhibition”, a group show of 19 artists, including Autumn Casey, Jim Drain, Gavin Perry, Asif Farooq, Magnus Sodamin, Cole Sternberg, Cody Hudson, and Michael Vasquez, is titled in reference to […]

International Friendship Exhibition | Opening Reception – Wednesday, December 3, 2014 | 5 PM “For as opposed to it, identity is only the determination of the simple immediate, of dead Being; while contradiction is the root of all movement and life; only insofar as it has a contradiction in itself does anything move…” – Georg Wilhelm […]

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 […]