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EXPO Chicago 2017, Festival Hall, Navy Pier. Sixth Annual International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, September 13-17, 2017. (34 photos).

Photographs ©John P. Walsh

Expo Chicago/2017 is the 6th annual exhibition of international contemporary and modern art held in Chicago at Navy Pier’s Festival Hall. It took place September 13-17, 2017. Expo Chicago/2017 presented 135 galleries representing 25 countries and 58 cities from around the world.

This post’s 34 photographs are of that event.

Expo Chicago 2017
Expo Chicago 2017.

Brian Calvin, Momentary Monument, 2017
Brian Calvin, Momentary Monument, 2017, acrylic on canvas, Anton Kern Gallery, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017Admissions, Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017
Information desk, Expo Chicago 2017.

Lara Schnitger, Suffragette City, 2015-2017.Lara Schnitger, Suffragette City, 2015-2017, Cotton, and linen, quilted and bleached, Anton Kern Gallery, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

The War We Won, Roger Brown, 1991
The War We Won, Roger Brown, oil on canvas, 80 x 120 in., Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago. Expo Chicago 2017.

Doug Argue, Dream Song 12, 2017
Doug Argue, Dream Song 12, 2017, oil on paper, 40,x,60 in., Marc Straus, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

CarrerasMugica Contemporary Art Gallery, Bilbao
CarrerasMugica Contemporary Art Gallery, Bilbao. Expo Chicago 2017.

Galerie Gmurzynska, Zurich, SwitzerlandGalerie Gmurzynska, Zurich, Switzerland, with booth design by Antonio Manfreda. Expo Chicago 2017. Germano Celant, theorist of the Arte Povera movement. From 2015 he was the artistic director of the Prada Foundation in Milan.

Matthew Monahan, Hurricane Nickel, 2016 and Aquarius Gemini, 2016.
Matthew Monahan, Hurricane Nickel, 2016, and Aquarius Gemini, 2016, Anton Kern Gallery, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Anton Kern Gallery, New YorkAnton Kern Gallery, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Rita McBride, Halicarnassus and Pantheon 2.
Rita McBride, Halicarnassus, 2010, bronze and grey limestone, and Pantheon 2, bronze and markina marble, CarrerasMugica Contemporary Art Gallery, Bibao. Expo Chicago 2017.

Wardell Milan
Wardell Milan, The New Sun Will Warm our Proud and Naked Bodies, 2016, charcoal, oil, oil pastel, pastel, gesso, acrylic, color pencil, cut paper on paper, David Nolan Gallery, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Meleko Mokgosi
Meleko Mokgosi, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles. Expo Chicago 2017.

John SealJohn A. Seal, König Galerie, Berlin. Expo Chicago 2017.

Alan Stone Projects, New YorkAlfred Leslie, Oval Collage, 1959, Diana Moore, White Head, 1988  and Willem de Kooning, 1965, charcoal on paper, Alan Stone Projects, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017Thinks I, To Myself. Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017.
Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017
Expo Chicago 2017.

Rhona Hoffman Gallery Expo Chicago 2017Jackie Saccoccio, Portrait (Bomba), 2017, and Faheem Majeed, Hopscotch I,  2011, and Pause, 2010, Rhona Hoffman Gallery Chicago. Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017
Expo Chicago 2017.

Garth Greenan Gallery New York
Garth Greenan Gallery, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Iva Gueorguieva, Listen, 2017
Iva Gueorguieva, Listen, 2017, acrylic oil collage on canvas, Miles McEnery Gallery, New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Hayal Pozanti
Hayal Pozanti, 70 (million m.p.h that the earth orbit around the sun), 2017, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 132 in., Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, California. Expo Chicago 2017.

Lavar Munroe, Instinctual, 2017
Lavar Munroe, Instinctual, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 42 in., Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco. Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017
Expo Chicago 2017.

Peres Projects Berlin
Peres Projects Berlin. Expo Chicago 2017.

Ransome Stanley, Untitled, 2017
Ransome Stanley, Untitled, 2017, oil on canvas, 59 x 78 in., Gallery MOMO, South Africa. Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017
Booth 839, Expo Chicago 2017.

Caroline WalkerCaroline Walker, Grimm Gallery Amsterdam New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Expo Chicago 2017
Expo Chicago 2017.

Nicolas Africano
Nicolas Africano, Untitled, 2017, cast glass, Weinstein Gallery Minneapolis. Expo Chicago 2017.

Paul Kasmin Gallery New YorkPaul Kasmin Gallery New York. Expo Chicago 2017.

Miro 1925Artist’s Signature (Miró). Expo Chicago 2017.

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EXPO Chicago 2014, Festival Hall, Navy Pier. International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, September 18-21, 2014. (49 Photos).

Photographs ©John P. Walsh

Expo Chicago/2014 is the 3rd annual exhibition of international contemporary and modern art held in Chicago at Navy Pier’s Festival Hall on September 18 – 21, 2014. Photographs by John P. Walsh.

Rosalyn Drexler, Marilyn Pursued By Death, 1963, Fredericks & Freiser and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York City. This is based on a historical photograph of Marilyn as she was escaping the press.  

Christopher Le Brun (British, b. 1951), Friedman Benda, New York.

Michiko Itatani, Cosmic Kaleidoscope From the Pattern-Recognition 12 D 9, 2013, oil on canvas, 42 x 34 inches. Linda Warren Projects Chicago.

Matthew Woodward, Polk Street, 2014, mixed media on paper, 101 x 96 in., Linda Warren Projects Chicago.

Ramiro Gomez (American, b. 1986), American Gardeners, 2014, acrylic on canvas, 84 x 120 in., Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles.

Jessica Stockholder (American, b. 1959), Once Upon A Time, 2014, plastic, paint, mirrors, stools, carpet, chain, cables, staircase, resin, cords, light, bowls, lamp shade. Kavi Gupta Chicago/Berlin.

Marieke McClendon, Clay Heads, ink on bristol board, ceramic, ShopColumbia Chicago.

Works by Gideon Rubin (b. Israel,1973, works in London). Oil on canvas/linen/wood, 2009-14, and gouache on cardboard, 2012-14, Galerie Karsten Greve AG St Moritz.

Expo Chicago 2014.

Nicholas Krushenick (1929-1999), Grill, 1977, Garth Greenan Gallery New York and Fredericks & Freiser New York.

Expo video.

Gregory Scott, Van Gogh’s Bedroom, 2015, pigment print, oil on panel, HD video, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago.

Antonio Murado, Gardens, 2014, oil on canvas. Galeria Àlvaro Alcázar, Madrid.

Three Walls Chicago.

Anne Lindberg, Parallel 42, 2014, Graphite and colored pencil on mat board, 59 x 34 in., Carrie Secrist Gallery Chicago.

Rene Portocarrero (1912-1985), Ornamental Figure in Brown Background, 1968, mixed media on paper laid down on board, 28 3/8 x 20 in., Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables, Florida.

Alan Reid (American, b. 1976), Lisa Cooley Gallery New York.

Matisse, Marlborough Gallery New York/Madrid/Monaco/Barcelona.

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Yinka Shonibare (British-Nigerian, b. 1962), Ms. Utopia, 2013, mannequin, dutch wax cotton textile, fiberglass, wire, globe, and steel baseplate. BlainSouthern, London, Berlin.

Lynn Chadwick (1914-2003), Rad Lad IV, 1962, ed. 2 of 8; Beast XX, 1956, ed. 6 of 9; Boy and Girl III, 1959, ed. 2 of 9. Bronze. BlainSouthern.

Wesley 2014

John Wesley (American, b. 1928), Untitled, 2012 and Nicholas Krushenick (American,1929-1999), Wire Mill Road, 1972. Garth Greenan Gallery New York and Fredericks & Freiser New York.

Alex Katz, Ena and Roberto, 1988, oil on linen, 41 x 62 in., Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago.

Philip Pearlstein, Two Models with Four Geese Decoys, 1993, Watercolor on paper, Hill Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan.

Tony Oursler (American, b. 1957), Galerie Forsblom.

Aimé Mpane (b Kinshasa, 1968), Nude, wood and glue, 2008, Haines Gallery, San Francisco.

Peter Halley, Reign, 2013, acrylic, day-glo acrylic, roll-a-tex on canvas, 53 x 62 in., Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki.

Expo Chicago 2014.

Sandro Miller (b. 1958), Andy Warhol/Green Marilyn (1962), 2014, 29 x 29 in., Edelman Gallery, Chicago.

Leonardo Drew (American, b. 1961), Number 34S, 2014, 31 x 41 x 11 inches, wood, Anthony Meier, San Francisco.

Dayron González, Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables, Florida.

Michelangelo Pistoletto (b. 1933), Golden Buddha and Mirror, 2008, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York.

Fernand Léger, Paysage Animé, 1937, oil on canvas, 35 7/8 x 23 1/4 in., Marlborough New York.

Jina Park, A Genius, 2000, acrylic on linen, One And J. Gallery, Seoul.

Tristian Koenig, Installation, Melbourne.

Expo Chicago 2014.

Minako Abe, Scene 29, 2011, oil on canvas, 35.8 x 92 in., Base Gallery, Tokyo.

Expo Chicago 2014.

David Hockney, Montcalm Pool, LA, 1980, oil on canvas, 12 x 16 in., Richard Gray Gallery Chicago.

FLAG Art Foundation, New York, curated by Shaquille O’Neal.

Mel Bochner, Money/Nothing, 2006, McCormick Gallery Chicago/Vallarino Fine Art New York.

Sanford Biggers, David Castillo Gallery, Miami, Florida.

Simon Edmondson, The Reader, oil on paper, 48 x 59.9 inches.

Expo Chicago 2014.

Manolo Valdés (Spanish, b. 1942, works New York City), Hojas II, 2014, Marlborough.

Manolo Valdés, Yvette, 2014, oil on burlap, Marlborough.

Mike Bouchet, Fuck It, 2013, Marlborough Chelsea, New York.

Jina Park, Automatic Door Follow Me, 2014

Jina Park, Automatic Door Follow Me, 2014, oil on canvas, 100 x 130 cm, One and J. Gallery, Seoul.

Manuel Mendive, La Energia del Bosque (The Energy of the Forest), acrylic and collage of wood with cowry shells, 2007. Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables, Florida.

Alfred Leslie, Afternoon Soaps, 1983, oil on canvas. Hill Gallery, Birmingham, MI.