Lora Fosberg: Help. I'm Alive.

Opening: Friday, Mar 15, 2024 4 – 7 pm
Friday, Mar 15 – Apr 20, 2024

325 W. Huron
Chicago, IL 60654

Office Gallery

Lora Fosberg is a Chicago-based artist whose work strives to represent the now, in whatever form it takes. Specializing in painting, printmaking, and sculpture, Fosberg’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. 

​Lora Fosberg’s work speaks to the power of form, the capacity of iconography to create a universal language that communicates the banalities and complexities of the human experience. Fosberg’s process is deeply anthropological, bound up in the intricacies and intimacies of human life—memories, emotions, our relationships with others and with nature. Disarming her viewers through familiar imagery and language in her work, often rendered in an accessible, animated manner, with a touch of cheeky humor, Fosberg affords them the space to regress to a particular memory, a moment of understanding, a conflict, an absence, a connection to another person, or to nature.​

Image: Lora Fosberg - "Isn't It Just Like The Present To Be Showing Up Like That", 2024, gouache on paper, 22 x 28 in.