Carrie Secrist Gallery is pleased to participate in NADA’s Chicago Gallery Open, today through October 4. This event showcases online and in-person exhibitions hosted by Chicago galleries, non-profits, and artist-run spaces.
Feline Groovy presents selected work by Stephen Eichhorn and Adrian Wong centered in and around the mysterious aura of cats and their presence in the lives of people that admire them.
Eichhorn’s larger-than-life indoor/outdoor Cats & Plants sculptures humorously meld magazine model cats with finely cut out plants of varying species on their heads. Wong’s sculptures and photography pay homage to his wife’s childhood cat Snoopy who was revealed - through readings with a telepathic animal communicator - to be one in a long line of animals reincarnated from Omar, the artist’s recently deceased Holland Lop rabbit.
Enter the online viewing room here.
In conjunction with Feline Groovy and Chicago Gallery Open, Carrie Secrist will be offering specially led tours of her Looking Glass Garden during Fair hours where Stephen Eichhorn’s Cats & Plants sculptures are currently on view. For more information on Looking Glass Garden, please visit here. To book a tour of 30-minute slots available for groups no larger than 4 please visit TOCK where you may also sign up for an appointment. Face masks and physical distancing is required. Appointments are subject to change weather pending.
Image: Stephen Eichhorn, 2738 C (Blue), 2019, archival ink on contour cut Sintra, 61 x 67 x 0.5 inches.