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Of Time & Place
November 20- January 2, 2021
Artist Reception: December 4, 2020 5:30-7:30pm (TBD)
These are dynamic times and The Art Center Highland Park Galleries are making a change. Our new call for entry with the theme, Of Time & Place. This kind of fluidity is a result of Covid-19 which has distorted our perspectives and shaken our foundation. TAC Galleries are looking to explore how the pandemic has changed our perspectives of how we pass time, where we quarantine, and with whom with create bubbles of contact. We have adjusted the galleries to adhere to spacial restrictions and for this exhibit we are open to accepting work that defies the confines of our usual gallery places, including outdoor works and installations. The exhibit will also have a virtual component.
Congratulations to the following artists: Michael Banning, Alice Becker, Stephen Butzlaff, Jack Chernyakova-Itskovich, Vanessa Filley, Nona C. Flores, Katherine Gibson, Carol Hammerman, Merrilee Hepler, Deborah Hirshfield, Marilyn Hollander, Doina Iacob, Sebastien Johnson, Lisa Kinzelberg, Jill Kolker, Jamie Kost, Boruch Lev, Terry Luc, Victoria Marchio, Raymond McKenzie, Daniel Oliver, Sandra Perlow, Kenneth Probst, Molly Rivera, Kathryn Rodrigues, Verna Todd, Paul Waters, Aaron Wilder, Sunny Yeung, Lisa Youngdahl, Samantha Younis
Juror bio: Victoria Marchio from Highland Park, IL, is an award-winning published photographer. Her commercial art degree helps merge her love for photography, graphic design, and painting. The phototransfer work is inspired by Picasso, Warhol and Rauschenberg. Through her use of personal photographs, her powerful statements reflect on the common themes from death, loss to personal development and growth. “I look at this type of artistic form as experimental, which allows me to focus on creating bold works showcasing my current emotions and beliefs.” She honors the “happy mistakes and surprises” that emerge out of the medium. She has participated in several solo art shows & group gallery exhibitions around the Chicago area.