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Sculpture Invasion 2010

May 13 - August 26, 2010

John Adduci, Nikki Renee Anderson, Mike Baur, Nicole Beck, Roger F. Blakley, Michael D. Brown, Suzanne Cohan-Lange, Thomas Czarnopys, Joan Edlis, Bob Emser, Dusty Folwarczny, Victoria Fuller, Ron Gard, Ted Sitting Crow Garner, Shelley Gilchrist, Neil Goodman, Peter N. Gray, Michael Grucza, Donna Hapac, Richard Heinrich, Yvette Kaiser Smith, Terrence Karpowicz, Ray Katz, Robert J. Krawczyk, Eric Lindsey, Derick Malkemus, Ruth Aizuss Migdal, Bill Moll, Bruce A. Neimi, Mary K. O’Shaughnessy, Eric W. Stephenson, Fisher Stolz, Barry Tinsley, Eric Tucker, Joan Truckenbrod, Jason Verbeek, Vivian Visser, Mark Warwick, Bruce White, Toby Zallman
Exhibition Curator: Lela Hersh

Members of Chicago Sculpture International return for one of the area’s largest juried exhibitions. Last presented in 2007, this impressive display features an "invasion" of large outdoor sculptures at the Oakton Sculpture Park on the Des Plaines campus. Smaller sculptures and maquettes are on display inside the Koehnline Museum of Art. The members of Chicago Sculpture International work at all scales and in media ranging from stone and steel to video and nylon. Instead of offering a comprehensive survey on the state of contemporary sculpture, Sculpture Invasion hopes to reflect the stylistic diversity that sculptural artists have embraced since the twilight of modernism.

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