Posts Tagged ‘Ann Meisinger’

MICKALENE THOMAS // I WAS BORN TO DO GREAT THINGS

by Ann Meisinger Mickalene Thomas’ I was born to do great things, currently on view at Kavi Gupta is her first solo show with the gallery. While the work in the exhibition was clearly conceptualized by the artist, it would seem unfair to call it a “solo,” as Thomas did not create this exhibition alone.[…]

TROY BRIGGS // OR GALLERY, BERLIN

by Ann Meisinger Sending and Seeing The description for shutter shudder ep.1 begins by telling the reader that Chicago artist Troy Briggs has placed a light bulb somewhere in Berlin, and that the bulb is listening. Wherever the bulb is installed (its location is never disclosed) it is connected to a website where anyone, anywhere[…]

CHICAGO DESIGN MUSEUM // STARTS/SPECULATIONS

by Ann Meisinger The Chicago Design Museum is a peculiar entity; it is a permanent institution in a semi-permanent location. The space functions as a support base for the design community, and is looking forward to a decidedly non-for-profit future. After several years of itinerant status – doing yearly pop-up exhibitions – the museum opened[…]