OHNO!DOOM GALLERY PRESENTS ‘THE COMPANY OF OTHERS’ COLLABORATIVE SHOW JUNE 9, 2012
OhNo!Doom Gallery gathers five local and visiting artists for The Company Of Others, a collaborative show featuring exciting interpretations of the figure study. Styles range from abstract to what could be described as psychedelic pop, but as OhNo!Doom Gallery co-owner Joey Potts says, “No matter how differently they work, they each give a nod to classical visions of art while still being very contemporary.”
The Company Of Others opens at OhNo!Doom Gallery Saturday, June 9th at 6PM. The show runs until Thursday, July 5th. For more information or to schedule press, contact show organizer and gallery co-owner Joey Potts at 773.698.8348. By email: email@example.com
Keith Herzik: http://
Uriel Correa: http://undianuevo.com/
Cayetano Valenzuela: http://
Joe Tallarico:: http://
Joey Potts: http://www.joeypotts.com/
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Gallery hours: Thursdays & Fridays 5pm-10pm
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The next one is on June 16th and coincides with the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo where I'll also be tabling and moderating a lecture with the legendary Karl Wirsum and Paul Nudd.
The Chicago Alternative Comics Expo and Morpho Gallery present...
EAT BEFORE WE EAT YOU
or, The C.A.K.E. Show
Curated by Onsmith & Nudd
Although not strictly a comics show, The CAKE Show (subtitled "Eat Before We Eat You" - the toxic mantra of the legendary bottom-of-the-barrel weirdo schlock-fest Troll 2) will include one-offs and side projects by a multitude of local and national artists that work deep within the fleshy walls of the underground comics world or, at very least, in an underground comics vain. Traditional comics panels will be exhibited alongside a slew of visual out takes, false starts, b-sides and orphans: prints, paintings, drawings, sketches, sculptures, posters, zines, and other ephemera. Formally trained artists that operate inside the fine art and comics worlds will comprise the majority of the show, but work will also be included by several untrained self taught artists. The central themes of E.B.W.E.Y. are productivity, promiscuity, radioactivity, infidelity, and automatous artistic cannibalism. The result will be something of an artistic curiosity shop or odditorium, a peculiar curio cabinet of comics inspired graphic wonders and deformities. This show will coincide with the much anticipated first ever Chicago Alternative Comics Expo at Columbia College Chicago.
Opening Reception: Saturday June 16, 6 - 8 PM
Exhibition & Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday June 6 - 9, Wednesday - Sunday June 13 - 17, 11:30AM - 5:30PM
208 S. Wabash
Participating artists include...