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AnySquared Presents Several Logan Square Artists in New 'Salvage' Exhibit

By Darryl Holliday | June 17, 2014 4:37pm | Updated on June 17, 2014 4:38pm
 Art collaborative AnySquared will present SALVAGE June 21, featuring several Logan Square artists.
Art collaborative AnySquared will present SALVAGE June 21, featuring several Logan Square artists.
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LOGAN SQUARE — Logan Square artist collaborative AnySquared Projects will present SALVAGE, an exhibit showcasing nine artists, most of whom live or work in the Logan Square area, June 21.

The exhibit will be held in cooperation with G Studio Studio and The Plant, Chicago's vertical garden and sustainable food production incubator, from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Plant, 1400 W. 46th St. in Back of the Yards.

Through paintings, photo-based works, and site-specific installations, the exhibition explores the metamorphosis of materials, objects, and/or concepts into a new means. Each artist reinterprets materials or concepts within their practice. Stimulated by the notion of transformation, each of their works express varying visions through conceptual methods, aesthetic tools, or through reuse of physical materials.

The exhibit opening is free and is on display through Oct. 19 featuring:

Michael Bolsinga
Mary Ellen Croteau
Miguel Guzman
Chyanne Husar
Tracy Kostenbader
Alexandra Lee (ATYL)
Gary Lehman
Stephen Manka
Luis Sahagun

Opening Event Features Performances:

3:30 p.m.
Music by Renato Anesi
Renato Anesi is a composer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist from Rio de Janeiro living in Logan Square/Chicago. Master of Choro music, Renato plays several Brazilian stringed instruments such as tenor banjo, tenor guitar, mandolin, cavaco, ten strings guitar and more.

5 p.m.
Firebread a masked performance by International Art Group Ensemble
Directed by Marianna Buchwald and performed by Nichole Harrod, Cherie Lockett, and Daniel Weinberg with musical accompaniment by Dominick Gray with musical accompaniment by Dominick Gray and composer Carl Weinberg on clarinet and sax.

Arrive early at 2 p.m. for a guided 60-minute in-depth tour of the The Plant and learn about everything from aquaponic farming to creating our own renewable energy. The $10 donation for the special tour supports The Plant's projects. The exhibit opening event following the tour is free.

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