An Sylvia, 1154 W. Lunt, is hosting an exhibit of the works of Minnesota artist Lukey Walden through next month.
The show, “Lukey Walden: Favors,” is an exhibition of recent paintings that present “Encounters with lone sitters set in enclosed domestic spaces,” according to a description of the show by John Meier. “All dreamers, eyes lowered, made of slippery limbs and unearthly, sun-soaked rooms, their seeming unknowability is slowly belied by their vibrating surroundings.”
Walden, originally from Minnesota, currently teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design, where they will receive an MFA in Painting this spring. “Favors” is Walden’s third solo exhibition in Chicago. It runs through every Saturday, from 1 to 4 p.m., through March 6.
An Sylvia isa “DIY experimental art gallery focused on uplifting artists connected to the Chicago area,” according to a statement about the show.