Why go to just one art gallery when you can hit up a whole cluster? We love to binge on several art venues in one go — that’s why we teamed up with VINCE to bring you the Walk of Art. Equipped with a nifty Google map, you can hop between the best galleries, museums, and artist-resource hubs with our customized guides to New York, LA, and Chicago. From the New Museum’s opus of Eastern Bloc nostalgia to titillating, meticulous pop/pulp collages in an outsider-art gallery, check out some of the highlights from the current exhibits on each city’s itinerary.
As a special art bonus on the tour, stop by the VINCE store (also on the Google map print-out) for on opportunity to get a free copy of master photographer Gregory Crewdson’s book In a Lonely Place, as well as a 25% off card for the store.
Pipilotti Rist @ MCA Chicago
There’s the Pipilotti Rist we know and love — frolicking through fluid dual projections, she’s flashing underwater coral, yellow underwear, and a smile, sparkling with distorted sunlight. So “fantastical.” So “libidinous.” Her 1996 piece Sip My Ocean is just one of the various works culled by renowned American artist Joseph Cornell from the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Mr. Cornell has curated the current group exhibit Pandora’s Box, selecting and arranging pieces that influenced his signature surrealist “box” assemblages from six decades of art history.
Click through below to see more top art picks from the Walks of Art.