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Wood Worked: at Chicago Urban Art Society.


Chicago Urban Art Society (CUAS)
continues to impress with the latest exhibit centered around wood. Here’s what CUAS had to say about the show on their website.

“Many artists in Chicago work with wood as a key part of their practice, yet there have been comparatively few exhibitions that have surveyed the medium. That changes with the Chicago Urban Art Society’s Wood Worked, which gathers culpture from artists working in wood.”

“Wood Worked” was visualized and co-curated by Chicago Urban Art Society’s Chief Curator and Co-Founder Peter Kepha along with Kevin Wilson, who currently serves as the Chicago Urban Art Society’s Pop-Up Satellite-Space Curator.

SIFC Media Director Andrew Roddewig was there this weekend to take a few photos, or as he likes to call them “clickies”

Chicago Urban Art Society
2229 South Halsted Street
Chicago, IL

Also Check out this amazing video from the opening reception, produced by Nick Branzinsky.

1 Response to " Wood Worked: at Chicago Urban Art Society. "

  1. [...] The recent Wood Worked Show at CUAS was pretty impressive. It had a wooden MechWarrior so that get’s big points in my book. I [...]

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