I’ll be showing work with Charlie James Gallery at the NEXT Exhibition in Chicago this year.

Location: alongside Art Chicago at The Merchandise Mart in Chicago
Cost: Adults: $20 daily or $25 multi-day pass | Seniors, Students or Groups: $15 multi-day pass | Children 12 and under are free.
Dates: April 30 – May 3, 2010

About NEXT:
More than an art fair, NEXT is a showcase for the world’s talents and an adventure in cutting-edge culture. An opportunity to redefine the relationship between art and its public, NEXT is a portal to seeing contemporary art in new, innovative, eye-opening ways. NEXT  will include works from both commercial and non-commercial arts organizations–galleries, project spaces, art publications and key private contemporary collections from around the world.

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Balkany in front of a Gropius-designed power plant on the Reese hospital campus. Photo: Edward Lifson

When Chicago recently dreamt of hosting the 2016 Olympics, its bid included the demolition of an unused hospital complex to make way for an Olympic Village. Then a young architect in town named Grahm Balkany sounded alarm bells that some of the buildings, the planning, and other aspects were the work of the pioneer of modern architecture and creator of the Bauhaus–Walter Gropius! Once Chicago lost the Olympics to Rio you’d think the city would have called off the bulldozers, right?  Alas, if you think that, obviously you don’t know “The Chicago Way.”


Issue 3 of Proximity Magazine includes an interview with Steve Lambert by Jam

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