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DePaul Art Museum’s ‘Liminal Structure’ sees Chicago through a new lens

DePaul Art Museum’s ‘Liminal Structure’ sees Chicago through a new lens

Lindsay Goldstein

May 31, 2015


Filed under Art, Arts/Life

Last October, artists Lauren Bon, Tristan Duke and Richard Nielsen brought a giant shipping container to Chicago.  That shipping container had been fashioned into a giant photography device, called a liminal camera, and the three artists drove it around the city in coordination with the annual Chicago Humanities Festival ­...

‘Glowing Wavelengths’ opens at DePaul Art Museum

‘Glowing Wavelengths’ opens at DePaul Art Museum

Jordan Sarti

May 17, 2015


Filed under Art, Arts/Life

Sonja Thomsen’s solo show at the DePaul Art Museum (DPAM), “Glowing Wavelengths in Between,” invites viewers to have temporal experiences with light. The show features photographs, sculpture and installations that playfully explore the physical experience of seeing. Thomsen draws from a range of influences, including Sir Isaac Newton, Buckminster Fuller and...

DePaul Art Museum presents ‘Liminal Infrastructure’ May 14

Kirsten Onsgard

April 27, 2015


Filed under Art, Arts/Life

Pinhole cameras are often the smallest and simplest photographic devices, but as one of the world's largest drove through Chicago as a shipping container, it produced stunning landscape photos of the city. Read More »...

DePaul Art Museum blossoms in face of change with ‘Rooted in Soil’

DePaul Art Museum blossoms in face of change with ‘Rooted in Soil’

Courtney Jacquin

January 25, 2015


Filed under Art, Arts/Life

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he upcoming exhibition at the DePaul Art Museum is a pile of dirt. That’s not a bad thing — “Rooted in Soil,” opening Jan. 29, explores the reciprocal relationship between humans and soil. Read More »...

DePaul Art Museum exhibit pays homage to Latino thinkers with ‘Portraits of Liberation Across Latino America’

DePaul Art Museum exhibit pays homage to Latino thinkers with ‘Portraits of Liberation Across Latino America’

Nicole Cash

May 27, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life

The large, colorful portraits, made mostly from aerosol, stood up against the white walls while about 50 people filtered in and filled up all the seats. Funky hiphop and smooth Latin music played in the background while the guests enjoyed refreshments and took photos. This was the scene Wednesday n...

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