All in Exhibitions
Death and redemption on the high prairie of Chicago's Roseland neighborhood.
“…chromatic pairings, overlaps, loosely tacked parts, tape, hanging threads, enlarged patterns, abrupt brush marks activate the composition and act as the ground work for deeper concerns.”
Sergio Gomez is a Chicago based visual artist, curator and creative entrepreneur.
Gabriel Moreno looks at “…how to recognize the dynamic play of time, labors, and social value.”
Drawings by Ryan Thompson; Sculpture by Soo Shin
The work of Trinity's 2017 graduates in Art Education, Graphic Design, and Studio Art
Allison Wade constructs tenuous sculptures of unexpected material juxtapositions.
The portraits, 310 panels representing 406 people across the community of Galesburg, IL…
“…I emphasize richly varied ways to reflect on even the most marketed and repetitive entertainments by presenting them through series of mutating images.”
As with much of Monica Rezman's work, the exhibition Chaos Theory deals with women's work around the world.
“The show memorializes a consideration for a shared humanity and the complications inherent in being alive, as though we are all attending the same funeral.”
The work of Trinity’s 2016 graduates in Art Education, Graphic Design, and Studio Art
She “examines the complex nature of decorating decisions, being a neighbor, gentrification, and neighborhood crime statistics.”
The work of Trinity’s 2015 graduates in Art Education, Graphic Design, and Studio Art