Plane & Solid: March 15 – April 23
In the wall sculptures of Alison Reintjes, the paintings of Hans Peter Sundquist, and the functional ceramics of Marc Digeros and Mark Pharis, viewers are invited to investigate the boundary between art and math.
Neat: The Art of the Whiskey Vessel: February 1 – March 10
Curated by Doug Jeppesen, “Neat” celebrates the tradition of ceramic artists who make liquor flasks, cups, bottles and jugs.
Floyd Gompf: Tableaux of Decay and Renewal: Winter 2012
Lillstreet Gallery is pleased to represent Michigan artist Floyd Gompf. This catalogue, with essay by Paul Smirl and photographs by Joe Tighe and David Velasco, provides a glimpse into the artists’ life and work.
Graphic Noise: November 3 – 25
More than 15 members of the Chicago Printers Guild, including Dan Grezeca, Spudnik Press, Delicious Design League, Kathleen Judge and Justin Santora, present limited edition, handprinted concert posters.
The Perfect Plate: August 17 – September 14
The 5th annual Lillstreet International was a juried show open to artist submissions from across the world. For this year’s themed exhibition, juror Sandy Simon searched far and wide for “the perfect plate.”
The Language of Line: June 8 – July 8
“The Language of Line” featured a variety of ceramics as well as two-dimensional work from Lillstreet visiting artists Sam Chung, Josh DeWeese, and Heather Mae Erickson, and Chicago-based artist Neha Vedpathak.
Spotlight on “Neat” in Time Out Chicago by Lauren Weinberg
Review of “Graphic Noise” in the Chicago Sun-Times by Dave Hoekstra.
Review of “The Perfect Plate” in Ceramics Monthly by Heidi McKenzie
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