July 2017: PURSUING WABI-SABI
On September 8th I will premiere my exhibition From the Wabi Sabi Series, Portraits in Evolution at The Golden Triangle. As a featured artist for the River North Design District (RNDD) Fall Gallery Walk a special celebration and program is planned for the opening night of my solo show in collaboration with Vosges and The Golden Triangle.
My new work will be unveiled during an open house from 4-9PM September 8th with an exclusive ticketed after-party from 8-10PM. To attend please purchase your tickets in advance here, space is limited. Proceeds benefit The River North Design District and support their programming throughout the year.
From the Wabi Sabi Series, Portraits in Evolution
on exhibit at
The Golden Triangle
330 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60654
September 8th, 2017
Exclusive ticketed after-party from 8-10PM, $25. Proceeds benefit The River North Design District.
Since my last exhibition, I intensified my focus in the studio, developing distinctively refined techniques for a compelling new body of work: From the Wabi Sabi Series, Portraits in Evolution. Wabi-Sabi is a traditional Japanese concept of beauty passed down through generations. It is a vision of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. It is modest and humble. It is the allure of all things unconventional. Below is a glimpse into my journey in achieving Wabi-Sabi:
Last month I stole away to Italy with my family to experience le dolce vita and collected inspiration for my new works.
Adam Siegel: Works on Words
Spertus Museum, Chicago
September 11, 1997 thru January 4, 1998
The Works on Words series, featured in my one man show at the Spertus Museum, is continually evolving in the privacy of the studio.
IN THE NEWS.
I've had the great honor to collaborate with so many talented individuals in the culinary and design worlds. Congratulations to Roister on being featured in this past month's issue of Hospitality Design and in Chicago Magazine! It was an absolute pleasure to work with the team at 555 International on the installation of the Boar's Head piece. I'm flattered to have one of my works in this amazing restaurant and for 555 to feature it on their homepage.