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Updated: Nov 2

Little, But Bold

November 18, 2022 through January 6, 2023

Opening reception: Friday, November 18th, 6-9 pm

An exhibition of sculptural works 12”x12” and smaller at CSI Project Space (formerly 3D4D Gallery) Both conceptual & object driven work equally valued — unconventional displays encouraged. Often flying under the radar, small things have the special ability to bridge both private and public spaces.

Submission Details: Please submit 2 works max to info@chicagosculpture.org

Subject: Small, but Mighty

Incl. 1MB or smaller jpegs labeled with last name_title

Email body: Title, Dimensions, Media. Contact info: Name, address, phone & email.

Submission deadline: October 31st, 12 midnight

Notification: November 3rd

Drop off work: November 5th & 6th

Pick up work: January 7th & 8th, 2023

Please note: We are asking exhibiting artists to cover one or more gallery sittings as we are an artist-based gallery strictly run by volunteers. All exhibitors must be a CSI member @chicagosculptureinternational

No fee for entry, if accepted, you will be asked to join our great organization- a satellite group of the @intsculpturectr ISC that publishes @sculpture_magazine and you will be eligible to submit to the many excellent exhibitions and opportunities we provide.


Special Note!!

We are holding a handcrafted ornament/small sculpture swap Opening Night!! All attendees, old & young, pro or not, can bring an ornament/small work to hang for a VERY COOL SWAP EVENT!


CSI Project Space 1912 N Damen

Bucktown, Chicago, IL 60647 (at Cortland and Damen, in the Bucktown neighborhood)

Hours: Fridays through Sundays, 1 - 6 pm

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Updated: Sep 1

By Degrees

July 15 - August 19, 2022 OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, July 15, 2022, 5 to 8pm

Often an artist’s most groundbreaking work comes from being immersed in a culture of study and intellectual pursuit. Chicago, home to some of the most globally revered academic arts institutions, could be considered a sort of proving ground for tomorrow’s most promising contemporary emerging artists.

By Degrees is an exhibit for artists who are enrolled, or recently (2021 or later) graduated from a degree-seeking program and who work in sculpture, installation, and media. Exhibiting Artists: Brian Divis, Spencer Gale, Musa Ghaznavi, Sarah Goodermuth, Elisabeth Heying, Riley Lauren Lynch, Lisa Nelson Raabe, Jeremy Plotkin Wong, Olya Salimova, Andrew Sokol, Christian Stone, Katie Williams, Connor Young.

And the hours for the run of By Degrees are Thursday-Saturday 1-6 PM The exhibit runs July 15th through August 19th, 2022 at 3D4D Gallery, 1912 N. Damen, in Chicago.

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Updated: Jul 2


3D4D gallery group exhibit June 3-July 9, 2022

3D4D Gallery presents an exhibition that plays with the concept of scale, where tiny things are made huge, or life-sized objects and installations are reimagined in miniature. These 24 artists use perspective and scale to draw attention to, and affect the ways people perceive and respond to their work.

This show will include miniature works, micro galleries, maquettes, and oversized 2D and 3D artworks and installations. The exhibiting artists are: Sharon Bladholm, Berthold Boone, Tomas Co, Michele Corazzo, Christine Forni, Victoria Fuller, Set Gozo, Celia Greiner, Carol Hammerman, Irene Hoppenberg, Fred Klingelhofer, Gary Kulak, Laurie LeBreton, Micki LeMieux, Margot Mcmahon, Bobbi Meier, Scott Mossman, Thomas Plum, Howard Sandroff, Samuel Schwindt, Paul Gerard Somers, Nancy VanKanegan, Marjorie Woodruff, Chris Wubbena and Plamen Yordanov. Opening Reception: Friday, June 3, 2022, 5 to 8pm Exhibit closes: Saturday, July 9th, 2022

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