This is the final week of “New ‘N’ Lonelier Laze” at DOVA temporary.
Open Wednesday, July 21st through Saturday, July 24th from 12Noon to 5p.m.
Images of the show/media coverage:
Amelia Ishmael on > KCLOG
Paul Germanos on > FLICKR1 > FLICKR2 > FLICKR3
...a reductive pursuit promising at least a video and some objects... - Steve Ruiz, Chicago Art Review
Wenzel, a local artist and critic who's a U. of Chicago alum, conjures a show from a deliberately sparse "collection of things": a new video and some objects. - TimeOut Chicago
June 25 - July 24, 2010
Opening reception - Friday, June 25, 6 - 9p.m.
DOVA temporary is pleased to announce "New 'N' Lonelier Laze" an exhibition by Erik Wenzel. The show is a continuation Wenzel's reductive turn: creating a viewing situation from a selection of an increasingly sparse collection of things- in this case a new video work and some objects. A musical component will also be present during the opening in the form of a selection of songs played in alphabetical order by title.
Erik Wenzel is an artist living in Chicago. He received his MFA from The University of Chicago in 2009 and his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2003. Recent solo exhibitions include "Warm For Your Formalism" at DOVA temporary and "Belief in Doubt in Painting" at 65GRAND (Chicago) both in 2009. This Fall Wenzel will present "Live A Little, Live Ennui" at the President's Gallery of Harold Washington College. He is currently editing and contributing to “Internal Necessity: a reader tracing the inner logics of the contemporary art field” to be published by Sternberg Press in August.
5228 South Harper Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60615
Wednesdays - Saturdays, 12 Noon - 5p.m.
This exhibition is made possible by the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Chicago.