Gregory Green at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

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Gregory Green // Biblebomb #1907 (Russian Style, Tampa), 2008 // 32 x 23 x 13,” mixed media

Gregory Green //
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago through September 29

Gregory Green, MSG artist, is featured in the exhibition ‘MCA DNA: Chicago Conceptual Abstraction 1986-1995,’ on view through September 29th at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.  “While historically Chicago art making has been strongly figural and representational, the Minimalism and conceptual art movements of the 1960s had a definite impact on many Chicago-based artists who emerged in the late 1980s and early 1990s…More than a dozen artists working in painting, photography, sculpture, and installation are represented in this exhibition, and their modes of abstraction are likewise diverse…Gregory Green fashions a Minimalist grid out of saw blades in his kinetic installation. All of these artists employ the undeniable beauty of their materials and abstract compositions to convey complex ideas about art history, social issues, and identity.”

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