Kathryn Andrews (b. 1973) examines how image producers employ visual cues and material packaging to elicit desire in Run for President at MCA Chicago. In doing so, she often calls attention to our power, or lack of power, to resist such forces and the complicated act of looking itself. Her sculptures, installations, and performances sample the aesthetics of pop art, minimalism, and conceptualism as readymades, and reinscribes them into new narratives about gender, class, and race.
Kathryn Andrews, Run for President, MCA Chicago
Interview with Brish artist Steve Slimm
Steve Slimm has conquered most creative expressions, but is now known for his landscape paintings. Having expressed in this medium for over 30 years, he has been recommended in art foundation studies since 2009.
Thomas Zipp: 3 Contributions to the Theory of Mass-Aberrations in Modern Religions
Thomas Zipp borrows Sigmund Freud’s Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex (1920) for the title of this show at Alison Jacques Gallery in London.