• The Lonely Ones

    Curated by Katelyn Eichwald

  • February 15 - March 30

    The lonely ones, the broken-hearted, the estranged, the ones whose mothers loved them wrong, the ones whose fathers loved them weak, the ones whose sisters and brothers died young, whose husbands and wives are out with their lovers, whose neighbors keep the curtains closed, whose dogs are in pain, whose cats have slipped out the door and not returned, whose days stretch out like dry tongues, whose fingers and toes are numb, whose boots are full of mud, who have not had someone else’s hands in their hair in many years, whose contacts are torn in their little plastic pools, whose texts are left unread, whose children have moved to California and New York, whose light bulbs have shattered in their lamps, whose teachers do not remember them, whose doctors do not believe them.

     

    Richard Bosman Mary Herbert
    Greg Burak Sophia Heymans
    Kaye Donachie Claudia Keep

    Katelyn Eichwald

    Luis Fernández del Piñar Rueda
    Kyung-Me Danielle Mckinney
    Sally J. Han Mayumi Nakao
    Alyne Harris Paige Turner Uribe
  • Luis Fernández Del Piñar Rueda (Paqaru), Untitled (Hyenas), 2018
  • LUIS FERNÁNDEZ DEL PIÑAR RUEDA (PAQARU) LUIS FERNÁNDEZ DEL PIÑAR RUEDA (PAQARU)
    Ghost Infested Village, 2020
    Pencil and pen on paper
    11 5/8 x 14 3/4 in
    29.5 x 37.3 cm
     
  • Luis Fernández del Piñar Rueda (Paqaru) Luis Fernández del Piñar Rueda (Paqaru)
    Untitled (Hyenas), 2018
    Pencil on paper
    11 3/4 x 16 1/2 in
    29.7 x 41.9 cm
  • Katelyn Eichwald Katelyn Eichwald
    Done, 2021
    Oil on linen
    8 x 6 in
    20.3 x 15.2 cm
  • Katelyn Eichwald, Leaving, 2021
  • Katelyn Eichwald
     
    Katelyn Eichwald
    Leaving, 2021
    Oil on linen
    10 x 13 in
    25.4 x 33 cm
  • Kaye Donachie Kaye Donachie
    After the Long Enduring, 2021
    Oil on linen
    21 5/8 x 15 3/4 in
    54.9 x 40 cm
  • ANTONIO CANOVA ANTONIO CANOVA

    Head of Medusa, c. 1801

    Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago.

  • Thomas Eakins Thomas Eakins

    Thomas Eakins and John Laurie Wallace on a Beach, ca. 1883

    Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

  • MARY HERBERT MARY HERBERT
    Two Secrets (Unnamed Grief), 2021
    Soft pastel on paper
    6 7/8 x 7 5/8 in
    17.5 x 19.5 cm
  • MARY HERBERT MARY HERBERT
    To See Through It, 2020
    Soft pastel on paper
    9 1/2 x 9 1/4 in
    24 x 23.5 cm
  • Frederick Sandys Frederick Sandys

    Until Her Death, 1862

    Courtesy of The British Museum.

  • Sophia Heymans Sophia Heymans
    Braiding The Rain, 2020
    Paper mâché, mop strings and oil on canvas
    42 x 50 in
    106.7 x 127 cm
  • Sophia Heymans Sophia Heymans
    Always Falling, 2021
    Paper mâché, molding paste, moss, mop strings, oil on canvas
    42 x 42 in
    106.7 x 106.7 cm
  • PAIGE TURNER-URIBE
     
    PAIGE TURNER-URIBE
    El Capitan Train, 2018
    Oil on canvas
    12 x 16 in
    30.5 x 40.6 cm
  • Dagger with Scabbard,1605–27 Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

    Dagger with Scabbard,

    Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

  • Dagger with Scabbard, 1605–27, Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
  • Paige Turner-Uribe Paige Turner-Uribe
    Century City Haze, 2019
    Oil on canvas
    16 x 20 in
    40.6 x 50.8 cm
  • Torso of a High General, 4th century B.C. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

    Torso of a High General, 

    Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

  • KYUNG ME KYUNG ME
    a boy and a horse, 2020
    Ink, graphite and charcoal on paper
    10 x 14 in
    25.4 x 35.6 cm
  • Whip Handle in the Shape of a Horse, ca. 1390–1353 B.C. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

    Whip Handle in the Shape of a Horse, 

  • KYUNG ME KYUNG ME
    a boy and a horse, 2020
    Ink, graphite and charcoal on paper
    10 x 14 in
    25.4 x 35.6 cm
  • Mayumi Nakao Mayumi Nakao
    On the train, 2018
    Oil on canvas
    24 x 18 in
    61 x 45.7 cm
  • Jean Baptiste Siméon Chardin Jean Baptiste Siméon Chardin

    The White Tablecloth, 1731/32

    Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago.

  • Sally J. Han Sally J. Han
    Quiet Place, 2020
    Acrylic paint on paper mounted on wood panel
    24 x 30 in
    61 x 76.2 cm
  • Pierre Andrieu Pierre Andrieu

    Wounded Lioness, 1840/50

    Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago.

  • Richard Bosman Richard Bosman
    Phone Booth, 2016
    Oil on canvas
    20 x 20 in
    50.8 x 50.8 cm
  • Alyne Harris, Untitled, 1980s
  • Alyne Harris Alyne Harris
    Untitled, 1980s
    Acrylic on canvas board
    20 x 24 in
    50.8 x 61 cm
  • Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault

    Head of a Guillotined Man, 1818/19

    Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago.

  • ALYNE HARRIS ALYNE HARRIS

    Untitled , 1980s

    Acrylic on canvas, in homemade frame
    28 1/2 x 39 1/2 in
    72.4 x 100.3 cm
  • King Vulture, 1734 Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago.

    King Vulture, 1734

    Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago.


  •  

    Dreamed I’m in a dry riverbed in the woods, looking through old things collected there. This is dinosaur country. I find an old chest, blood red, Spanish. It’s empty, but I notice a secret compartment. Inside is a pair of child’s cowboy boots. I remember putting them there years ago, and I know my own feet are inside.

    - Katelyn Eichwald