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/ Kavi Gupta Gallery
View of Jessica Stockholder's "Door Hinges," Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, 2015.
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Arielle Bier

Jessica Stockholder is an artist known for breaking conventions. Though her sprawling artworks are often referred to as installations, she defines her manifold combinations of color and everyday materials as sculpture.(1) The two floors of Kavi Gupta in Chicago—which entwine a curated group show, “ASSISTED,” with her own solo exhibition,... continue reading
Claire Sherman’s “Palms Wild”

KAVI GUPTA GALLERY, Chicago

Claire Sherman's "Palms Wild" at Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago
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Michelle Grabner

Representational landscape is a risky genre. Its natural grandeur and boundless perspectives can seduce, instilling wonder and discovery. Yet more often, the genre triggers trite familiarity with both the subject and the material quality of the medium. Claire Sherman, however, with her nimble brushwork and compositional restraint, manages to navigate the perceptual underpinnings of landscape painting while confidently delivering its abstract realities. Back in the 19th... continue reading

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