Land and Sea Dept., in conjunction with Soccer Club Club, is pleased to announce Warm Embrace,
an exhibition of new collage, sculpture and textile works by Chicago
artist STEPHEN EICHHORN. In addition to the new work, there will be a
special live acoustic performance by AL CISNEROS and ROBERT AA LOWE (of Om), as well as a rare deejay set from SHANE GABIER and CHRIS PETERS, the duo behind fashion label Creatures Of The Wind.
This event, on Friday November 16th, will be the second of two exhibitions for EICHHORN in November, the first of which - Death is Not Your Friend - takes place at his gallery proper, Ebersmoore,
on Friday, November 2nd. Both shows feature works that continue to be
informed by EICHHORN’s fascination with the cult of plants, and the
collected collage and sculpture offerings give a nod to a “loose
narrative” new to his creative process, referencing sacred rituals and
spaces with “figurative, abstract and plant-based imagery.”
CISNEROS and LOWE are known for both their previous and individual
endeavors, as well as their shared efforts with regarded ensemble Om. Here, the two will collaborate acoustically as a duo, offering up a set of contemplative experimentalism.
Creatures of the Wind designers GABIER and PETERS have
won numerous accolades over the last couple of years, and their runway
shows have attained ‘must see’ status when seasonal New York collections
Land and Sea Dept. is a concept and project development
organization, cohesively and creatively working across disciplines.
Its principles have collective decades of involvement in the fields of
art, construction, design, event production, identity, marketing, music
and woodworking, experiences that have given them an expansive knowledge
base to draw upon.
Soccer Club Club is a gallery space on the Northwest side of Chicago, curated and maintained by Drag City.
Friday, November 16th
@ 2923 N Cicero (just north of Diversey Avenue)
Land and Sea Dept. and Soccer Club Club present
Stephen Eichhorn: Warm Embrace
with a special live performance by AL Cisneros & Robert AA Lowe [Om]
and guest DJs Creatures of the Wind
8pm to 11pm; Free
EBERSMOORE is pleased to announce its upcoming solo exhibition with gallery artist Stephen Eichhorn. This is the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery.
With Death Is Not Your Friend, Eichhorn will show both collage and new sculptural endeavors. The works stem from his ongoing fascination in the cult of plants. En masse the collage and sculpture give a nod to a loose narrative new to Eichhorn’s creative process. He touches on sacred rituals and spaces with figurative, abstract and plant based imagery. This exhibition is first installment of a two-part project Eichhorn is undertaking in the month of November. Part two, Warm Embrace, will take place at the Soccer Club Club on November 16th (details below) accompanied by a special performance by Al Cisneros and Robert AA Lowe of OM and a rare deejay set by Creatures of the Wind.
Land and Sea Dept. and Soccer Club Club present Stephen Eichhorn: Warm Embrace with a special live performance by AL Cisneros & Robert AA Lowe [Om] and guest DJs Creatures of the Wind 8pm to 11pm; Free
Heaven Gallery Turns 12!
Opening Friday, July 13 7-11pm
Heaven Gallery 1550 North Milwaukee, 2nd floor, Chicago IL 60622
jessica taylor caponigro,
short musical perforance by:
talsounds (drone ambient),
vincent naples (dj set),
aurelien pederzoli (classical violin),
Saturday May 12, 2012
53 W Jackson Blvd
$40 6-7 pm Preview
$10 7-11 pm
Silent Auction. Bidding opens at 6 pm and closes between 9-10 pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with inquiries.
Featuring artworks by Debbie Carlos, Caroline Carlsmith, Derek Chan,
Katy Cowan, Paul Cowan, Stephen Eichhorn, Carson Fisk-Vittori, Pamela
Fraser, Robert H...eishman,
Michael Hunter, Rachel Niffenegger, Jesikah Orman, Tim Nickodemus, Deb
Sokolow, Hans Peter Sundquist, and Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. Check out the donated artwork HERE.
Also enjoy tunes by DJ Kate Ruggeri, a raffle for pies from Hoosier
Mama, flowers from Field and Florist, and cocktails and appetizers.
Black Hunger Gallery presents One Picture Show: Stephen Eichhorn, the first of an exhibition series to focus on a singular work of art by an emerging artist we find to be compelling and influential. Eichhorn, a Chicago-based artist, creates beautiful hand-cut paper collages that operate in a new reality by abstracting the familiar in order to construct unearthly phenomena derived from his own visual language. His domestic structures slip into the strange manifested by the reassembling of elements into conceptual forms that are natural, yet bizarre. Saturday, May 5, 2012 marks the exhibition opening with a reception from 7 to 10 p.m.
B L A C K H U N G E R
2606 Breneman St.
Boise, ID 83702
The gallery will have stickers (from the post below) available for the duration of the show.
I'm participating in a panel discussion with Cody Hudson and Luke Batten, moderated by curator Aaron Ott on March 2, 2012 at 6:30 pm at The Elmhurst Art Museum. This is part of the programming for my current solo show: Floral Burst, open through March 31, 2012.
Studio Visit is a unique exhibition featuring both the works and studio practice of Chicago-based artists Stephen Eichhorn, Cody Hudson, and Chad Kouri, curated by Purdue MFA candidate Garet Martin at Purdue University’s Patti and Rusty Rueff West Gallery. The exhibition will conclude with an evening lecture by the artists, as presented through generous support from the Dr. Barbara Walker Visiting Artist Series.
On Display: January 30th - February 17th, 2012
Artists in Studio: February 13th - 17th
Closing Reception: February 17th, 6-9pm
There is a STUDIO VISIT tumblr that will be updated with documentation of the show, studio process and collaboration.
Debbie Carlos shot some nice photos for the poster and has got a bit of info about the show on her BLOG.
Opening reception on Friday, January 13, 2012 at 6:30 pm.
Exhibition runs 01.13.12 - 03.31.12
Chicago artist Stephen Eichhorn creates delicate hand-cut paper collages from photos of foliage—palm fronds, grasses, leaves and flowers. Quiet and poetic, Eichhorn’s work radiates a complex harmony between the natural and handmade world. Eichhorn’s new work has on black backgrounds creates a floating image in cosmic space. Though complexly layered and intuitively organized, the work exudes a simple elegance. Eichhorn’s floral arrangements suggest an underlying structural rhythm to growth, adaptation and accumulation.
The painstaking and delicate method Eichhorn uses to make his pieces mirrors the natural process of fertilization, evolution and exuberant proliferation. Eichhorn’s new work begins to loosen his collage style, reducing or abandoning framework and creating draping compositions. The work embodies the delicate architecture of orchid petals and his larger free-form installations take on the appearance of blankets quilted from Japanese maple leaves.
Please join us for a panel discussion with Stephen Eichhorn, Cody Hudson and Luke Batten, moderated by curator Aaron Ott on March 2, 2012 at 6:30 pm. This program is free and open to the public.
In keeping with threewalls’ tradition, *Vie de Boheme* is an immersive experience, inspired by early 20C Bohemia: the politics, music, art and fashion that inspired the counter-culture state of mind we describe as ‘bohemian.’ Set in beautiful Maxim‘s, an exact copy of the art nouveau restaurant opened in Paris in 1893, *Vie de Boheme* will be the underground meeting place for the wanderers, adventurers and vagabonds in search of the good life.
Ticket information: (1) V.I.P. Tickets Pre-sale: $120; Door: $150 Includes V.I.P. auction tour, special drink and ltd. edition multiple glass, V.I.P auction tour and special fortune Entry 7pm, V.I.P. cocktails: 7-9p (2) General Admission Tickets Pre-sale: $60; Door: $75.00; Special Couples Ticket, Pre-sale only: $100.00 Entry 9pm (3) Sponsorship package, 10 V.I.P. tickets: $1000.00 Includes V.I.P package for 10, acknowledgment at the event, and special collector's event.
Maxim's 7pm-midnight 24 E. Goethe Street, Chicago, IL, 60610
Berg Sans Nipple's "Build With Erosion" is out in North America via Team Love!!!
Really flattered to be a part of their new album, visually speaking.
Both the CD and record were beautifully designed by Struggle Inc.
Don't sleep on the limited edition double LP version, complete with foldout newsprint artwork, an etched fourth side and download card.
In the rest of the world, it is coming on May 3rd via Blackmaps and Clapping Music.