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“In the Shell of the Old” Exhibition in Chicago

January 6, 2010

In case you are in Chicago this weekend, I have a solo exhibition at ARC Gallery, a feminist artist-run space founded in 1973. Hope to see you all in the Windy City. Brrrrrr!


832 W. Superior Street # 204, Chicago, IL 60622
Reception: Friday, January 8 from 6:00-09:00pm
“In the Shell of the Old” | Dylan A.T. Miner
Print Media and Installation
ARC Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition In the Shell of the Old by Dylan A.T. Miner. Telling stories of the daily struggles faced by working in the building and dismantling of the rural and industrial Midwest, Dylan A.T. Miner’s bold and unique vision valorizes the perseverance that contributes to the small victories of the everyday. Through the medium of politically charged relief prints and installation, Miner viscerally connects our daily concerns with those of the past by compelling us to act toward the building of “another,” possibly better world.






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