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In Progress: A Tale of Today with the Driehaus Museum

Images of the Artists’ Works

Brittney Leeanne Williams, Untitled (Lemon Tree in Victorville). 2018. 16 x 20 in. Oil paint and acrylic on canvas.

Image courtesy of the artist.

Darrell McKinney, Black Space, 2018. Clay bricks & soap. 18 x 60 x 18 in.

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Jeffly Gabriela Molina, Porcelain Swan. 2019, oil on linen, 40 x 30 in.

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Luis Rodríguez Rosario, La Mano Poderosa con deidades tropicales (La guanabana, El Juan bobo, El garabato, La chiringa, El vejigante), 2018. Particle board, box made with mahoe (from Puerto Rico), white oak, carved guayaba wood, carved maple, carved mahoe, 3D printed cork.

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Join the artists featured in Driehaus Museum's exhibition A Tale of Today: Emerging Artists Fellows as they share their current projects, practices, and techniques with audiences. The program will feature emerging Chicago artists Brittney Leeanne Williams, Jeffly Gabriela Molina, Darrell McKinney, and Luis Rodriguez Rosario, and Driehaus curatorial fellow Kekeli Sumah.

In Progress is a series of public programs designed to give artists, thinkers, and curators a platform for developing new works, and to give patrons a glimpse into the creative process. In Progress is organized by Curator January Parkos Arnall and Assistant Curator Christy LeMaster with the Performance and Public Practice teams.

Artist Headshots

Brittney Leeanne Williams.

Photo: Nicodem Creative.

Darrell McKinny

Photo courtesy of the artist.

Jeffly Gabriela Molina

Photo: Michael Sullivan.

Luis Rodríguez Rosario. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Kekeli Sumah. Photo courtesy of the artist.