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'The Minds I' Self Portraits Exhibit Showing At Ed Paschke Art Center

By Alex Nitkin | February 13, 2017 5:47am
"The Minds I" exhibit at Ed Paschke Art Center, 5415 W. Higgins Ave.
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Ed Paschke Art Center

JEFFERSON PARK — "The Minds I," a new exhibit debuting at the Ed Paschke Art Center this month, asks viewers to look inward.

The exhibit features dozens of self-portraits by artist Anne Harris, who will add sketches and expand the collection as the exhibit continues, according to an announcement from the gallery. She'll sit in front of a mirror and draw herself inside the gallery multiple times a week, often alongside other Chicago-based artists.

The result will be "hundreds of varied self-portrait drawings in conversation with each other on the gallery walls," according to the announcement.

Curators call the exhibit an "ongoing and expanding drawing project meant to generate questions and conversation about perception, self-perception and drawing."

"The Minds I" will show at the art center, 5415 W. Higgins Ave., until April 8.