Chicago Exhibitions: Cohesion, Group Exhibition curated by Christine Forni. Zhou B Art Center
Cohesion is the action of forming a whole from smaller particles that join together. The exhibition Cohesion demonstrates how an artist pulls from their past examination of techniques, along with current influences joining together to create a whole, or in this case works of art. The show consists of artist that are multidisciplinary and are using their collective knowledge to communicate through art.
Artists Participating: Catherine Schwalbe, Christine Forni, Connie Noyes, David Forlano, Dominic Sansone, James Charles, Jay Strommen, Joel Huffman Lindsay Obermeyer, Michael Dale Bernard, Morgin Sims, Sergio Gomez
About the Zhou B Art Center:
The Zhou B Art Center is the brainchild of internationally acclaimed contemporary artists and brothers Shan Zuo and Da Huang Zhou. Originally from China, the Zhou Brothers settled in Bridgeport over two decades ago and recognized an opportunity to revitalize the arts community in this Southside Chicago neighborhood. In 2004, their vision came to life by way of the Zhou B Art Center – an 87,000 square ft. cultural and arts epicenter linking Chicago artists to the international arts community. The Zhou Brothers remain committed to cultivating the local arts community and establishing the center as a global destination for art enthusiasts. A welcome addition to the cultural landscape of Chicago, The Center is an exhibition space for diverse collections of works from local and international artists, and an important bridge between the arts communities on the North – and Southside of Chicago.
Type of Event: Art Opening
Exhibitions Dates: November 15 to January 5, 2013
Opening Date/Reception: November 15, 2013
Time: 7 pm to 10 pm
Location: Zhou B Art Center 1029 W. 35th St, 1st Floor, Chicago, IL 60609
Gallery Hours: Monday through Sunday 10am to 5pm.
Contact: Sergio Gomez, Director of Exhibitions or InJung Oh, Assistant Director of Exhibitions (773) 523-0200
1029 W. 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60609