See the the work of this group of US artists as they consider the ephemeral nature of youth and beauty, like Janis Joplin, whose life was cut short at the young age of 27. The artists cover all media including film, sculpture, sound, food, printed matter, painting, photography and video). The work ranges from musings on death to pursuit of an infinite youth, covering all the fleeting affect in between. Noble & Superior Projects is hosting this FREE exhibition called YOUNGER THAN JANIS, featuring a 2-night opening event on July 9-10 and including work from 27 emerging and mid-career artists from around the US. Noble & Superior Projects is located at 1418 W. Superior Chicago, IL
Friday July 9th (6-10 pm) features a series of free musical performances with the opening reception. The free film and video screening on Saturday July 10th (7-10pm) will include a barbecue and raw food-works by culinary artists as the 1-hour program plays on loop in our courtyard. The gallery exhibition will also be open to the public.
Showcasing the work of: Marcel Alcala, Ryan Barone, Lucas Blair, Patrick Bobilin, Connor Camburn, Kevin Clancy, Adam Cruces, Cara Anne Greene, Eliza Koch, Andre & Evan Lenox, Vanessa Macholl, Celia Marks, Ross Meckfessel, Michael Morris, Erin Nixon, Michael Radziewicz, Anna Rochinski, Steve Ruiz, Liz Rugg, Hannah Verrill, Blair Waters, Ali White, Andrew Norman Wilson, Travis Wyche
Noble & Superior Projects is a contemporary arts gallery simultaneously balancing the work of installation artists whose work can only be understood through experience as well as artists whose work is easily/affordably distributed and exchanged. Accessibility Is Key. While we are interested in conceptual and philosophical origins in production, we also appreciate the aesthetic and sublime as a point of entry for our visitors.
NASP is open to the public Saturdays 12-6 and for monthly opening exhibitions. Noble & Superior Projects is located at 1418 W. Superior Chicago, IL