Museum Collection on the Road: Lubeznik Center for the Arts

The Illinois Legacy Collection has lent four pieces to the Lubeznik Center for the Arts fantastic exhibition The Chicago Imagist Before and After. On view are three Joseph Yoakum works on paper and a Seymour Rosofsky print. Congratulations to LCA’s curator Lora Fosberg for organizing such an excellent exhibition. Many other regional institutions have lent great works as well (Brauer Museum of Art, South Bend Art Museum, Midwest Museum of American Art), proving the strength of our Midwest museum community.

The Chicago Imagists: Before & After
June 17 – October 19

Hyndman Gallery, Brinka/Cross Gallery, Susan Block Gallery

Explore the 1960s/70s Chicago Imagists movement that celebrated the lowbrow, colorful nature of everyday urban life with individuality and irreverence. This exhibition features the Chicago Imagists, artists who inspired them and those they influenced; included are Roger Brown, Tony Fitzpatrick, Lee Godie, Jeff Koons, Paul Nudd, Ed Paschke, Suellen Rocca, Karl Wirsum, Joseph Yoakum, Ray Yoshida and more.

http://www.lubeznikcenter.org/index.html

Seymour Rosofsky, The Couple, 1973, Lithograph on paper, 1976.41/572. Joseph Yoakum, Mt. Velebit in Dina Alps Near Otocac, date unknown, ball point pen, colored pencil, watercolor on paper, 2001.89, Gift of Phyllis Arist, Joseph Yoakum, Mt. Cenis Pass, Torino, Italy, c. 1965, ball point pen and colored pencil on paper, 1982.5. Joseph Yoakum, Colonial Mtn, Cannal zone, 1964, Ball point pen and pencil on paper, 2012.101.6, Gift of the Raymond K Yoshida Living Trust and the Kohler Foundation, Inc.

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