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Updated: Jul 2, 2022


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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Updated: Jun 4, 2022

The concept of difference between the interior and exterior saturates many aspects of life. From the microscopic to the vastness of space, the notion of inside versus outside has shaped our view and understanding of the world. We create the illusion of separation by viewing the body and mind in contrast to the outside world. We are all part of our living planet. How entwined by the elements we are composed of and the world we live in. 3D4D is calling for artwork by Chicago Sculpture International members that explores these ideas: imaginary or real, ranging from the personal to the scientific point of view. The exhibit features artists: Ange Altenhofen, Nicole Beck, Tomas Co, Amanda Gentry, Barbara Goldsmith, Peter N. Gray, Suzanne Horowitz, Victoria Fuller, Caroline Jacobson, Fred Klingelhofer, Micki LeMieux (3D4D Artist-In-Residence), Boruch Lev, Ellen Lustig, Suzanne Pratt, Howard Sandroff, Philip Spangler, Nancy VanKanegan, Patrick D. Wilson, and Chris Wubbena.

The exhibition is curated by Micki LeMieux.

Exhibition runs from April 22 through May 29 OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, April 22, 2022, 5 to 8 pm

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Updated: Apr 2, 2022

In March, CSI member Diane Feldpausch Tang will be exhibiting in the 3D4D space with an exhibit called Humanity + Modernity + Nature = Confusion. Tang explores the decline of empathy toward others, the built environment, and the natural environment. The exhibit considers our relationship with these three pillars of our lived experience: humanity, modernity, and nature. March 12th - 27th, 2022

Opening reception: Saturday, March 12th, 4-8pm Closing reception: Sunday, March 27th, 1-4pm 3D4D Gallery 1912 N. Damen Ave (at Cortland and Damen, in the Bucktown neighborhood)

Gallery Hours: Fri & Sat 1 - 6 Thurs & Sun. 1 - 4

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