Humble Hubris: Don’t Know What You Got (till it’s gone)
If You Think It’s Hot Now, Just Wait, 2016, an adaptation of Humble Hubris, on a sidewalk bench
Cortland Street and Western Avenue in Chicago, part of a public component of Monique Meloche Gallery’s exhibition off the wall, in collaboration with For Freedoms, the first artist-run super PAC, founded by Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman
September 1 to November 30, 2016
IF YOU THINK IT’S HOT NOW JUST WAIT, 2016, bench.
Humble Hubris: Don’t Know What You Got (till it’s gone), 2016, acrylic and watercolor on paper.
Installation view at Jack Shainman Gallery, photo courtesy of the Gallery