We are elated to share news that Ian van Coller was just awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for his ongoing series, Naturalists of the Long Now. This prestigious award is earmarked for established artists who "add to the educational, literary, artistic, and scientific power of this country [and provide] better international understanding."
Another book featuring the work of represented artist, Matt Eich is now available for pre-order. This book includes work by Matt Eich and Jared Soares, was published by Zatara Press, and will release in their booth at The Photography Show by AIPAD.Read More
We were honored to be asked to donate a work to the Museum of Contemporary Photography's Benefit Auction. MoCP requested work by Matt Eich; we offered a piece from the Carry Me Ohio series, Skidmark, Chauncey, Ohio 2006. We are happy to report the work did well and sold above retail.Read More
OUR ANTHROPOCENE: ECO CRISES
through March 31, 2018
Artist's Talk & Reception Friday, March 2 at 6:30 pm
The artists in this exhibition respond to the ecological crises of our Anthropocene, which we ignore at the peril of our own ecocide.Read More
Jennifer Greenburg is currently on a teaching sabbatical, so anticipate the rollout of more work in coming months, and be the first to see new productions, such as this latest work, "Sometimes the Director knocked twice. 2017."
I intend for this series to engage the audience in a conversation about the way we interpret the media, record personal memories, and establish collective history… [this] is a study on photography, the nature of the vernacular image, and its role in creating cultural allegories . . . By (re)processing a cross-section of the past I am creating a dialogue about the constructs still entrapped in our national psyche.Read More
jdc Fine Art is proud to announce involvement with the West Loop Hotel Chicago's evolving art program, The Annex. We currently have a call for Chicago-based artists out to create murals for guest rooms, they are accepting proposals for semi-permanent works.
Proposals due January 31, 2018 | $1,300 Stipend to ArtistsRead More
Our artists have had banner-years with more milestone success in 2017 than any other year to date: Tatiana Parcero was part of the Getty initiative, Pacific Standard Time; Ian van Coller's work is now on view at the MET; Jennifer Greenburg's work was acquired by MOCA Tucson and Paul Turounet's work exhibited there; and Matt Eich released another monograph and exhibited at MoCA Cleveland; to name a few highlights.Read More
We’re excited to announce that the artist book, The Last Glacier, created by Bruce Crownover, Todd Anderson, and Ian Van Coller is now on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The book was acquired by the Met in 2016, and is on view as part of Drawings and Prints: Selections from The MET Collection, in gallery 690, and is one of several pieces that address “…works by contemporary artists that deal with the environment, both natural and man-made, often in the face of rapidly shifting conditions.”Read More
Over time, she has expanded the scope of her investigations, using her face, her torso, her hands, even the souls of her feet, as the basis of "maps" on which to explore "concepts of identity, memory, territory and time . . . the relationship between man and Earth, between nature and the body." The images that she incorporates . . . are what she calls "visual metaphors" relating to some of the most pressing issues of our time: climate change, dwindling natural resources and migration.Read More
The Symposium Anchors in the Sonoran Desert borderlands and draws together artists, activists, and academics for a series of cross-disciplinary conversations and collaborations. Turounet was invited to speak on the themes of art, migration, and resistance through the lens of his work.Read More