Chicago Tribune Explores “Chicago Calling: Art Against the Flow”

Wesley Willis, The Chicago Skyline, Sears Tower, Chicago River…, 1986. Ballpoint pen and felt tip pen on board, 28 x 42 in. (71.12 x 106.68 cm.) Collection of Rolf and Maral Achilles.

In an extensive article, the Chicago Tribune explores the new exhibition, Chicago Calling: Art Against the Flow, speaking with its curators Lisa Stone and Kenneth Burkhart. Chicago Calling is on view through January 6th at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art and presented as part of Art Design Chicago.

“Chicago Calling strives to put another feather in Chicago’s story, its future.”            –Kenneth Burkart

Read the feature on the Sun-Times website.



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