Abundant Art at Soho House
Soho House has come to Chicago, opening in the West Loop on August 11 in a former belting manufacturing warehouse from 1907.
A London social club and hotel import, known as a chic meeting place for members of the creative industry, every Soho House takes on a distinct look and feel that celebrates and draws inspiration from its local area. In addition to the many early 20th century features native to the building, there are over 250 works by nearly 200 artists on display. Francesca Gavin, curator for Soho House, worked closely with local talent to build the group’s largest collection to date, which includes art by renowned Chicago talents Michelle Grabner, José Lerma, Enoc Perez, David Schutter, Theaster Gates, Molly Hartung Zuckerman, Ryan Travis Christian, Sheree Hovsepian, Jan Tichy and countless others. Five large canvas pieces are also featured on the ground floor by two artists originally from Chicago — Rashid Johnson and Angel Otero — as well as pieces by Damien Hirst, Harland Miller and Noble and Webster, all from Britain.
113-125 N. Green St., Chicago (60607)