June 10-October 14, 2017
HOME is a national juried exhibition at Lubeznik Center for the Arts that explores the concept of home in all media. The exhibit will include sixteen artists whose work investigates a variety of interpretations of the theme, such as shelter, family, immigration, homelessness, nostalgia, architecture, domesticity, and the home planet we all share, Earth! Home is on display from June 10 through October 14, 2017.
Exhibiting artists include: Sobia Ahmad, Sarah Cecil, Leah Gose, Michael Grucza, Hwi Hahm, Jessica Holly, Matt Hosey, Amanda Hutchins, Cherith Lundin, Doreen Maloney, Emily Mayo, Charles Mintz, Aaron Raymer, Marie Shelley, Jacob Stanley, and Lynne Tan.
Join us from 5-8pm on July 7, 2017 for the opening reception of Home.
On the second Saturday of each month, from 10-11am, LCA offers curator-led Gallery Talks to discuss the works behind the exhibition. Dates: July 8, August 12, September 9 & October 14.
ABOUT THE JURORS:
EMANUEL AGUILAR is a gallerist and independent curator living and working in Chicago, IL. In 2015 he founded PATRON Gallery, a contemporary art gallery with a focus on emerging artists and conceptual practice. Previously he was a director at Kavi Gupta Gallery in Chicago and Berlin and a founder of the arts and culture magazine Jettison Quarterly. Aguilar serves on the board of ACRE Residency.
JULIA FISCHBACH is a director and co-founder of PATRON Gallery, a contemporary art gallery with a focus on emerging artists and conceptual practice living and working in Chicago, IL. Previously she was a director at Kavi Gupta Gallery in Chicago and Berlin for seventeen years.
August 26 - October 15, 2017
Inside Out: An Outside Twist
The sequel to the 2016 exhibition Inside Out, shown at the Uptown Artist Lofts (UAL) in Michigan City, An Outside Twist showcases the work of several residents of the live/work artist community located in the Uptown Arts District of Michigan City.
EXHIBITING ARTISTS: Maidena Young, Jesse Meyer, Natalie Cacioppo, Kenny Smith, Amber Galloway, David Newton, Suzana Penaloza, and Daren Huber.