Ray Noland has a new show opening up this Friday. Featuring a range of work touching on race, Blagojevich, and Mayor Daley, many surprises are in store. This show will also be the inaugural exhibition at the Chicago Urban Art Society's brand spankin' new gallery space in Pilsen. Founded by curators Lauren Pacheco and Peter Kepha, CUAS consists of 4,000 square feet of exhibition and studio space, and promises many great shows in the same vein as the ones presented at their previous 32nd & Urban gallery space.
Here's a video of Ray creating a piece with Mayor Daley in riot gear. Screenprints of this image will be available Friday...
Daley Riot from CRO on Vimeo.
Ray Noland: Sweet Tea & American Values
Chicago Urban Art Society
2229 S Halsted St
Opening reception, Friday, June 11, 2010
6 to 11 pm
The exhibition will be on view through July 30, 2010