One thing about Expo Chicago, it’s ephemeral: see the 2018 edition this weekend or not at all.
If you do trek out to the far end of the newly upscale and jarringly sanitized Navy Pier, you’ll be rewarded with a chance to walk, walk, and walk some more while perusing the offerings of 135 mostly high-end international art galleries. They include some eye-grabbing installations, like this visually bouncy basketball court by William LaChance, a Saint Louis artist here under the auspices of a London gallery, Beers.
You’re also not likely to miss Ann Agee’s elaborate, blue-and-white-tiled Lake Michigan Bathroom (at the booth of New York’s P.P.O.W. gallery). Described as “an ornate monument to bodily function, public health, factory production, and the economy of water,” it’s complete with toilet, urinal, and sink.…Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in