Cafe at Prairie Lights

  • Exhibition Five - Richard Rezac

    January 27- February 28, 2011

    The Times Club At Prairie Lights is proud to present the sculpture and drawings of Chicago-based artist Richard Rezac. Since the mid-1980’s, Richard Rezac has primarily made object-sculptures, abstract in form and using a variety of materials. Additionally, he has executed numerous site-specific public commissions. He has received the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, Rome Prize Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome, Joan Mitchell Foundation Award, Louis Comfort Tiffany Award, and during Spring 2011, the Doran Artist Residency Fellowship at Yale University.

    His sculpture is in the collections of The Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Dallas Museum of Art, Portland Art Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Smart Museum of Art, among others.

    He is Adjunct Professor at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in the both the Painting and Sculpture Departments.

    For additional images and information please visit…
    http://richardrezac.com/
    http://featureinc.com/artist_pages/rezac_artistpg.html

  • Exhibition Three - As the Crow Flies

    Exhibition Three - As the Crow Flies - December 4 - January 15 2011.  As the Crow Flies, curated by Pete Schulte, features work from artists John Dilg, Ryan Standfest, David Dunlap, John Kleckner & Katy Fischer.

    All work in this exhibition is for sale. Direct all inquiries to: Pete Schulte - phone: 563-508-6592 - pete@schulteprojects.com

     

  • Exhibition Two - This Iceberg

    Exhibition Two - This Iceberg - November 6 - December 2.  This Iceberg features works from artists Douglas Degges, Lander Burton, and Hamlet Dobbins.

  • Exhibition One - Gone to the Other Side

    Exhibition One: Gone to the Other Side, curated by Pete Schulte, is currently on display in the Times Club for the month of September.  Gone to the Other Side features a collection of artists working in mediums ranging from photography, printmaking, and altered wood. All works in the exhibition, as well as an exclusive print conceived by artist Ben Estes (created exclusively for the gallery showing), are available for purchase.