The Sedgwick Studio: Sculpting Below the Train Station
July 6 – September 15, 2017
In 1976, a group of Chicago artists purchased the vacant electrical substation below the CTA brown line’s Sedgwick station. The industrial building was turned into a buzzing workshop for sculptors including a fabrication studio, neon lab, and a public exhibition space. Presented are the works of past and current Sedgwick Studio artists including Steven Urry, Jerry Peart, Paul Slepak, Dan Blue, John Adduci, Tom Scarff, Ted Sitting Crow Garner and others.
Public Reception: Thursday, July 6, 5 - 8 p.m.