New York’s Alexander Gray Associates will offer Lorraine O’Grady,
Miscegenated Family Album (Cross Generational), L: Nefertiti, the last image; R: Devonia’s youngest daughter, Kimberley, 1980/1994.
COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES, NEW YORK
The fifth edition of
Expo Chicago opens to the public on Thursday, September 22, with a vernissage reception, benefitting the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and runs through Sunday, September 25. Highlights to the fair include William N. Copley at New York’s Paul Kasmin Gallery, Deanna Lawson at Chicago’s Rhona Hoffman Gallery, and Mary Corse at Peter Blake Gallery of Laguna Beach, California.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST, THEIR GALLERY, AND EXPO CHICAGO; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, California Mary Corse, Untitled (White, Black, White), 2016, glass microspheres in acrylic on canvas.
Galerie Lelong, New York Ana Mendieta, Hojas Rojas Silueta (Quemada alrededor), 1977, lifetime color photograph. ©THE ESTATE OF ANA MENDIETA COLLECTION
Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco Judy Chicago, Submerged/Emerged #3, 1976/2005, sprayed acrylic on cast paper. DONALD WOODMAN/©JUDY CHICAGO
Matthew Marks, New York and Los Angeles Charles Ray, quarter pounder, no color, 2010, ink-jet print in artist's frame.
Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York William N. Copley, Untitled, 1990, acrylic on canvas. ©2016 ESTATE OF WILLIAM N. COPLEY/COPLEY LLC/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK
Salon 94, New York Lorna Simpson, Easy for Who to Say, 1989, five dye diffusion color Polaroid prints, with ten engraved plastic plaques.
The Mayor Gallery, London Waldemar Cordeiro, Untitled, 1952, enamel on plywood.
Proyectos Monclova, Mexico Edgar Orlaineta, Prototipos (DCM) after Charles and Ray Eames, 2013, metal and wood. EDGAR ORLAINETA
Team Gallery, New York Samson Young, Catalogue d'oiseaux (32 northern mockingbird songs at dawn), 2016, pastel, water color, pencil, color pencil, ink, and stamp on paper.
Alexander Gray Associates, New York Lorraine O’Grady, Miscegenated Family Album (Cross Generational), L: Nefertiti, the last image; R: Devonia's youngest daughter, Kimberley, 1980/1994, Cibachrome prints.
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects Shana Lutker, "Attractive Fool, In the Dead of Night", 2016, mirror, wood, lights, hardware, and timber. JEFF MCLANE
David Nolan, New York David Hartt, Belvedere I: Cubicles at The Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Midland, Michigan, 2013, archival pigment print mounted to Dibond.
Pace Gallery, New York Keith Sonnier, Bound Saw Palm, 2004, neon, transformer and wire. STEVEN TUCKER/©2016 KEITH SONNIER, ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK
David Kordansky Gallery, New York Sam Gilliam, PARADE XI, 2015, watercolor on rice paper. LEE THOMPSON
Pearl Lam Galleries Chun Kwang Young, Aggregation 15-MY027 (Star 4), 2015, mixed media with Korean mulberry paper.
On Stellar Rays, New York Tommy Hartung, Saharan Graffiti, 2016, Polaroid. KIRSTEN KIPONEN
Bortolami Gallery, New York Claudio Parmiggiani, Untitled, 2014, smoke and soot on wood.
Polígrafa Obra Gráfica, Spain Iván Navarro, La ilustración artística, 2016, book and neon.
Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, California Veronika Kellndorfer, Succulent Screen 2 (transparent), 2007, single panel silkscreen print on glass.
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago Deanna Lawson, Nikki's Kitchen, 2013.
GRIMM Gallery, Netherlands Ger Van Elk, Portrait – As is, as was, 2012, C-print ra 4 on Duraclear film between Plexiglas, with Plexiglas suspension.
Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago Gail Albert Halaban, Le 4 novembre, rue du Temple, Paris, 2012.
Galeria Joan Prats, Spain Caio Reisewitz, Itacoatiara, 2015, C-print on diasec.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery, New York Studio Job, Banana Lamps, 2015, installation view of various individual pieces.