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Ray Yoshida

Born in Kapaa, Hawaii, to Japanese parents, Ray Yoshida (1930-2009) was an influential teacher at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he was a faculty member from 1959 until 2003. Believ…

H.C. Westermann

A cross-shaped wooden box on a pedestal faced the entrance to this exhibition of H.C. Westermann's sculptures, prints and drawings at Venus (formerly Venus Over Manhattan). Just beyond, a semicircular…

Eduardo Paolozzi

This exhibition of works by Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was titled “Horizon of Expectations,” after a 1967 screenprint by the artist. Paolozzi borrowed titles for his works from figures ranging from…

Marjorie Strider

Though Marjorie Strider (1934-2014) exhibited her bold Pop paintings of pin-up girls and produce alongside Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein in the 1960s, she is only now gaining critical recognition c…

Mike Nelson

Weather-beaten swinging doors open onto Gang of Seven (2013), an installation comprising dozens of assemblage sculptures created by British artist Mike Nelson. 

Andreas Schulze

The automobile has a central place in the history of modern art, serving to symbolize both the efficiency of industrial production and the spectacle of mass consumption. 

Jim Shaw

A connoisseur of both popular and underground culture, Jim Shaw appropriates styles and iconography from his vast personal collection of comic books, religious pamphlets, medical textbooks, vinyl albu…

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