Artist-in-Residence Beverly Fishman’s “Chemical Sublime” Is Visual Ecstasy
Hyperallergic reviewed Artist-in-Residence Beverly Fishman’s exhibition and said, “Beverly Fishman: Chemical Sublime, at Kavi Gupta Gallery, is visual ecstasy, in more ways than one.” Hyperallergic continues, “Fishman subversively explores perception and the ways contemporary humans fill the voids in our lives. For this show, she deploys forms utilized by the pharmaceutical industry. Integral to the success of Chemical Sublime is the fact that so many of the works possess distinctive voids. Nicknamed “Missing Doses,” these pieces engage vacant space with color and light.” The exhibition is open through April 28 as well as an artist conversation on Friday, April 6 from 6-8pm. Joining Fishman in the conversation will be Alison Gass, the Dana Feitler Director of the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago.