The First Art Newspaper on the Net   Established in 1996 Tuesday, October 20, 2020


Hyde Park Art Center re-opens Sept. 1 with 'Artists Run Chicago 2.0' showcasing 50 independent art spaces
Artists Run Chicago 2.0 installation view including miniature exhibition curated by Julius Caesar. Photography courtesy of Tran Tran.



CHICAGO, IL.- Hyde Park Art Center, the renowned non-profit hub for contemporary art located on Chicago’s vibrant South Side, will re-open its doors for limited exhibition hours starting Tuesday, September 1, 2020, with the long awaited launch of the Artists Run Chicago 2.0 exhibition, celebrating the work of 50 artist-run spaces and organizations that fuel Chicago’s independent art scene. Artists Run Chicago 2.0 highlights the incredible work artists around the city are doing in their apartments, storefronts, on the streets of Chicago, and even a barn, challenging the conventional expectations of exhibition, discourse, and community. Works from each of the spaces will be represented in this exhibition encompassing six galleries, the entire Hyde Park Art Center footprint.

“Following the COVID-19-related closure of the Art Center in mid-March, we are delighted to welcome the community back with this massive exhibition, showcasing the incredible diversity and sheer force of independent art galleries operating in Chicago now,” said Kate Lorenz, Hyde Park Art Center Executive Director. “We will be proceeding with care and the utmost caution to ensure the safety of our staff, community, and visitors. While the experience of visiting the Art Center may be slightly altered for the near future, we are excited to celebrate the work of so many creative artist-run spaces and share it with the public. We are confident that visitors and students will encounter the same sense of creativity, curiosity, and community for which Hyde Park Art Center is known.”

To mark the ten-year anniversary of the original Art Center exhibition, Artists Run Chicago (2009), Artists Run Chicago 2.0 examines the core motivations, trajectories, and philosophies that have made the past decade generative for new models of artist-run initiatives to exist throughout the city and suburbs. As they did in 2009, artists-run spaces have continued to transform storefronts, apartments, warehouses, garages, and nomadic existences into environments in which art can be experienced at its most experimental and intuitive stage.

However, the artist-run model has also found a heightened criticality during this time as well. Despite taking on a multitude of forms and models, these spaces have come to represent a merge between artistic practice and social engagement, in which their small, independent, and hyperlocal status can be constantly modified and tailored to serve the communities they call home, whether through online forums to discuss art or engaging with community activists in support of social justice. In a time in which institutions are reevaluating their missions and relevance in a rapidly changing social landscape, artist-run initiatives have found themselves at the forefront of new conversations around art, challenging conventional expectations of exhibition, discourse, and community, while injecting new models, ideas, and faces into our understanding of what experiencing art can be.

Art spaces represented in Artists Run Chicago 2.0 hail from a wide range of Chicago neighborhoods, from Beverly to Rogers Park, Englewood to Oak Park; here is the complete list: 062, 4th Ward Project Space, 65Grand, ACRE Projects, Adds Donna, AMFM, Annas, Apparatus Projects, Bad At Sports, Blanc Gallery, boundary, Chicago Art Department, Chuquimarca, Clutch, Co-Prosperity Sphere, Comfort Station, Compound Yellow, D Gallery, Devening Projects, Document, Experimental Sound Studio, F4F, The Franklin, Heaven Gallery, Iceberg Projects, Ignition Project Space, Julius Caesar, Lawrence and Clark, LVL3, Mujeres Mutantes, Night Light Studios & Gallery, Ohklahomo, Nightingale, Practise, Prairie, Roman Susan, Roots & Culture, Rootwork Gallery, The Silver Room, Slow, The Suburban, Sweet Water Foundation, table, Terrain Exhibitions, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Trunk Show, TRQPITECA, VGA Gallery, Wedge Projects, and Western Pole.

Artists Run Chicago 2.0 is organized by Noah Hanna and Allison Peters Quinn with contributions from Max Guy and Andi Crist.

Free online public programming accompanies this exhibition, including monthly performances, workshops, and artist and curator-led Art Center tours. Hyde Park Art Center has partnered with Public Media Institute and Sixty Inches from Center to produce a special Artists Run Chicago 2.0 edition of Lumpen magazine for its 136th volume, distributed for free at Hyde Park Art Center and Buddy, located in the first floor galleries of the Chicago Cultural Center.










Today's News

August 24, 2020

Claremont Rug Company Clients Turn to Antique Oriental Rugs With Renewed Interest during Troubled Times

In the virtual (and actual) footsteps of Raphael

Dan Budnik, who photographed history, is dead at 87

Jewish Museum Berlin opens new core exhibition

El Museo del Barrio reopens on September 12 with 'Taller Boricua: A Political Printshop in New York'

Eerie Belgrade exhibit turns Ratko Mladic diary into art

Black artists find ways to make their voices heard in Portland

The treasure hunters of Block Island

Kasmin announces the release of 'William N. Copley: Selected Writings'

New book features ongoing portrait series of Swedes wearing bathrobes after their morning swim in the sea

Museum für Moderne Kunst opens an exhibition of work by Precious Okoyomon

Two site-specific murals at Industry City destroyed

Salon Art + Design announces production of print magazine Salon, The Intersection of Art & Design

Hyde Park Art Center re-opens Sept. 1 with 'Artists Run Chicago 2.0' showcasing 50 independent art spaces

A new look: Brussels Gallery Weekend returns stronger than ever

Ryan Lee opens an online exhibition by Andrew Raftery

Mercedes Barcha, Gabriel García Márquez's wife and muse, dies at 87

Mona's DarkLab announces new Doug Aitken commission for Tasmania AU

Russian-American artist Gosha Levochkin's first show in Hong Kong opens at Over The Influence

The Fralin Museum of Art student docents adapt to teaching virtually

Lang Lang, piano thunderer, greets Bach's austere 'Goldbergs'

Geoffrey Nunberg, expert on how language works, dies at 75

Biodiversity paves sustainable future for Penang Island

Magnificent Napoleonic Eagle fetches almost £50,000 at Dix Noonan Webb





Museums, Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, Digital Art, Architecture, Photography,
Photographers, Special Photos, Special Reports, Featured Stories, Auctions, Art Fairs,
Anecdotes, Art Quiz, Education, Mythology, 3D Images, Last Week, .

 



Founder:
Ignacio Villarreal
(1941 - 2019)
Editor & Publisher: Jose Villarreal
Art Director: Juan José Sepúlveda Ramírez

sa gaming free credit

Royalville Communications, Inc
produces:

ignaciovillarreal.org avemariasound.org juncodelavega.com facundocabral-elfinal.org
Founder's Site. The most varied versions
of this beautiful prayer.
Hommage
to a Mexican poet.
Hommage
       

The First Art Newspaper on the Net. The Best Versions Of Ave Maria Song Junco de la Vega Site Ignacio Villarreal Site
Tell a Friend
Dear User, please complete the form below in order to recommend the Artdaily newsletter to someone you know.
Please complete all fields marked *.
Sending Mail
Sending Successful