Pilsen artist John Pitman Weber's woodcut prints focus on migrant labor and how migrants are often without rights and can be subject to arbitrary imprisonment and deportation. His art also explores the use of "fencing," looking at how wire entanglements both keep some people out while holding prisoners in.

The show's opening is from 6-10 p.m. Friday.

After that, the show will be by appointment through May 3. For an appointment, call 312-852-7717.