IN/SITU Outside

IN/SITU Outside provides the opportunity for EXPO CHICAGO Exhibitors to present temporary public art installations situated along the Lakefront and throughout Chicago neighborhoods, presented in partnership with the Chicago Park District (CPD), the city of Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), and Navy Pier.

              

 


 

Roger Hiorns, A retrospective view of the pathway, 2008-17, Foam, compressor, and stainless steel tanks, Dimensions variable. Installation view Navy Pier, Chicago.Photo Credit: Heidi Zeiger Photography

Roger Hiorns | A retrospective view of the pathway, Luhring Augustine 

Weekdays: Noon
Weekends: Noon and 4:00pm

Polk Bros Park on Navy Pier from June 21, 2017
600 E Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

Hiorns’ interactive art piece is comprised of large-scale stainless-steel tanks, a compressor and foam, presenting the idea of continuous change in a joyous and ebullient manner. Every day the sculpture will produce giant foam clusters, which will be shaped by the wind and spread across the landscape. In this way, the artist engages with the surroundings, and blurs the lines between where the city begins and the art ends. The public is welcome to engage with the interactive installation, with the foam becoming the connective tissue between the individual and the artwork.

A similar version of A retrospective view of the pathway is in the permanent collection of The Contemporary Austin, Texas for the Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria.

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Currently on View


 

Isa Genzken, Two Orchids, 2015. David Zwirner.

Isa Genzken | Two Orchids (2015), David Zwirner

Located at Buckingham Fountain Plaza

Bernar Venet | Disorder: 9 Uneven Angles, 2015 © Bernar Venet. Image courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery. Photo: Dan Bradica

Bernar Venet | Disorder: 9 Uneven Angles (2015), Paul Kasmin Gallery

Located at Congress Parkway and Columbus Drive

Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen, Architect's Handkerchief, 1999 (Paula Cooper Gallery)

Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen | Architect's Handkerchief (1999), Paula Cooper Gallery

Located at 860-880 N Lake Shore Drive

Mark di Suvero. Magma, 2008-2011. Paula Cooper Gallery.

Mark di Suvero | Magma (2008-2011) and Destino (2003), Paula Cooper Gallery

Located at Queen's Landing and East of Lakeshore Drive / 53rd Street

Daniel Buren, Attrape-soleil, 2013. Bortolami.

Daniel Buren | Attrape-soleil (2013), Bortolami

Located on Chicago Museum Campus

Chicago Park District Public Art Installations On View In September


 

Tom Friedman | Looking Up (2015),  Luhring Augustine Photo ©Sandra Steinbrecher 2016

HERB ALPERT | SPIRIT TOTEMS (2010–2012), COURTESY OF THE ARTIST
Located at the Field Museum South Steps Plaza

TOM FRIEDMAN | LOOKING UP (2015), LUHRING AUGUSTINE 
Location 4700 South Shore Drive 

JOHN HENRY | CHEVRON (2007), NOVAK CONSTRUCTION
Located at Diversey Harbor Inlet

JIM HODGES, WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (A WORK IN PROGRESS) COURTESY OF THE ARTIST
Presented on CTA Buses—Chicago Loop

INDIRA JOHNSON | 10,000 RIPPLES (2012), COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND CHANGING WORLDS
Located South of Diversey at Lake Shore Drive

INDIRA JOHNSON | 10,000 RIPPLES (2016), COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND CHANGING WORLDS
Located just East of Iowa Building, North of Museum of Science and Industry

ROBERT LOBE | EASTERN HOPHORNBEAN (1992) AND NATURE'S CLOCK (2006), RHONA HOFFMAN GALLERY
East Soldier Field / Located East of McCormick Place at Burnham Harbor Inlet and North

JOEL SHAPIRO | UNTITLED (2002-2003), PACE
Located on Jackson Boulevard East of Lake Shore Drive

CHRISTOPHER WOOL | UNTITLED (2013) LUHRING AUGUSTINE 
Located at Buckingham Fountain Plaza