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The installation If We Can’t Play, I Don’t Wanna Be Part Of Your Revolution  was my contribution to Tricia Van Eck’s Bling Bling show –a visual extravaganza conceived as 6018 North’s presence at Expo Chicago 2014.

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Artist’s Statement:

The “fakeness” of glam points (like the finger at the mirror ball, its reflection pointing back at itself) to the bigger “fakeness”, the samsara of everything else, yet at the same time to the melancholia of our codependency on this fake old world –hence the true melancholia of true glamour. It’s only Rock’n’Roll, but we like it.

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The MDW Fair: visual arts landing in Chicago

Posted on March 29, 2011 by ed
CHICAGO: threewallsRoots & Culture and Public Media Institute announce The MDW Fair, a gathering of independent art initiatives, spaces, galleries and artist groups from the Chicago metropolitan area. Read the rest of this entry »


Fountain Art Fair was founded in 2006 as an attempt to leverage support for smaller independent galleries to gain access to larger collectors and critics. Since its inception, Fountain has held five exhibitions in Miami, one in Chicago, and is now celebrating its sixth exhibition in New York.

From its roots deep within the independent Williamsburg art scene, Fountain has grown to represent over 20 international avant-garde galleries and projects, showcasing progressive primary-market works.

Fountain’s venue, Pier 66 Maritime, is a 10,000 square-foot complex adjacent to all the major New York exhibitions such as The Armory Show and Pulse New York. Read the rest of this entry »

Chronic Youth @ C-PS

Chronic Youth, New Works By Lise Haller Baggesen Through January 31, 2011

Lise Haller Baggesen’s ‘Chronic Youth’ is a presentation of glittery banners, marker pen graffiti’s, props and theatrical light effects, turning the storefront of CoProsperity Sphere into a silent ‘soda-disco’. Read the rest of this entry »


Like any city, Chicago is composed of a complex set of relationships that work in concert to cultivate a unique identity. Connections between neighbors, friends and acquaintances create opportunities whose scope is beyond calculation and influence exceeds territorial boundaries. The climate of globalization creates a duality enabling travel and communication between individuals of diverse backgrounds and can simultaneously thwart interpersonal interactions favoring efficiency over quality of experience. In reaction to the tendency of impersonal experience, some artists have focused their work on rebuilding mutually beneficial relationships that reestablish the intimacy of community. Read the rest of this entry »



ABOUT VERSIONProduced by the Public Media Institute, a non profit 501(c)(3) arts organization, Version is an annual springtime arts festival that brings together hundreds of artists, musicians, and educators from around the world to present some of the most challenging ideas and progressive art initiatives of our day. The eleven day festival showcases emerging trends in art, technology and music. Read the rest of this entry »

A Days Darkness in a Light Bulb
za 05-09-2009 – zo 04-10-2009
opening: Vrijdag 4 september van 20.00-22.00 uur

The exhibition ’A Days Darkness in a Light Bulb’ includes new work by Peggy Franck, Lise Haller Baggesen, Kristine Hymøller and Malin Persson. It’s a group show with paintings, drawings, photograph, installation and sculpture.

The artists are connected in their curiosity and experimental approach towards material, color and form. Classical and unconventional languages forge ahead and elevate new frameworks, exploring and challenging traditional borders.

The format of a group show allows the beauty of the various works to interact, to evolve naturally as a playground for meetings in which new and independent stories appear. Read the rest of this entry »