Two children sit in a house on a red carpet. They are playing a game that requires you to keep a balloon floating in the air by hitting it with bells. The artist stands on the far right side holding two bells. You can only see his legs. he wears long brown pants and sandals.
Alberto Aguilar moves on human scale
April 26-July 20, 2019
Alberto Aguilar’s first large scale survey explores how the Chicago-born and based artist’s various life roles and surroundings have shaped a searching, inquisitive practice. Meet each other. Receive a tour of the retrospective exhibition moves on human scale. Guest are invited to participate in a discussion session where the knowledge we bring to the space is the material for teaching practice as art
Alberto Aguilar, <em>09.28.12</em>, 2012, Pen on mini legal, 5x7 in, courtesy the artist.
Feeling Shapey
Two-Person Artist Talk
Thursday, July 18, 6-8pm
Artists Alberto Aguilar and Alex Bradley Cohen look back on their ten years of collaboration, discussing past work that spans video, sound, drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, and performance.
Adela Goldbard, <em>A World of Laughter, A World of Fears,</em> documentation from November 18, 2017, pyrotechnic performance at Pomona College, Claremont, CA. Photographs by Media Art Services, Hannah Kirby and Peter Kirby.
Upcoming Exhibition -
Adela Goldbard's The Last Judgment/ El Juicio Final
Centered on the community interests of residents in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood, Adela Goldbard’s The Last Judgment features large-scale sculptures built as pyrotechnic scenography for a public pyrotechnic event to be presented in Little Village on October 12, 2019.
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