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Saturday
21
APR

Contours & Constellations: Kevin Lucius & Molly Costello

18:00
21:00
All Star Press Chicago
Event organized by All Star Press Chicago

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IPaintMyMind presents

CONTOURS & CONSTELLATIONS
The Artwork of Kevin Lucius & Molly Costello

Saturday, April 21st
6-9pm

ALL STAR PRESS GALLERY
2775 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL

Drinks by Revolution Brewing

SHOW DESCRIPTION

Contours & Constellations is IPaintMyMind's first show hosted at All Star Press Gallery, one of the foremost spaces for emerging art in Chicago. This show brings together two artists IPMM has worked with before, and we're excited to introduce them to the All Star Press faithful.

Both Kevin & Molly work in collage with this exhibition showing just how wide open the medium is. Kevin works digitally and Molly works with paper, yielding a range that will make the show vibrant, colorful, and shapely, with one half of the room a testament to Kevin's amalgamation of abstract and design elements, and the other half representing Molly's take on community & interconnectedness.

IPAINTMYMIND X ALL STAR PRESS : PARTNERSHIP

IPMM and ASP are happy to partner in a way that will support each other's kindred mission of making art a viable avenue for engagement and collaboration.

In 2017, IPMM decided to downgrade its need for a full-time gallery space to focus on all the momentum of their five-year running Shared Walls Rotating Art Program, displaying artwork in several business spaces, schools, parks, libraries, and youth centers. Evan La Ruffa of IPMM and Zissou Tasseff-Elenkoff of ASP, have been working together for years through Tasseff-Elenkoff’s studio screen printing business, Fugscreens Studios. Since All Star Press’ opening at 2775 N Milwaukee Ave, there have been countless exhibitions, opening shows, and numerous collaborative projects with artists both local and international. Striving to create a home base for their represented artists and collectors alike, it was clear that a unique opportunity could be found working with IPMM, making a curatorial fit.