The Best of Expo Chicago 2018

The seventh edition of Expo Chicago opens today with 135 galleries from 27 countries. Highlights from the contemporary and modern art show, which is housed in the city’s famed Navy Pier, span well-known galleries, single artist shows from young exhibitors, and IN/SITU, an on-site selection of sculptures curated by Pablo León de la Barra. Here are a few of our favorite pieces from the fair, which runs through September 30.

“Back to Square One” (2017) by Iván Navarro

Paul Kasmin Gallery

“Untitled” (2003) by John M. Armleder

Galeria Javier Lopez & Fer Frances

“Bahia de Todos Os Orixas” (2018) by Alexis Peskine

October Gallery

“Memorabilia” (2018) by Liliana Porter

Carrie Secrist Gallery

“Basketball Court Installation” (2018) by William Lachance

Beers London

“You Would Have Been a Castle for a Moment” (2018) by Chloe Wise

Galerie Division

“Flag Wave” (2016) by Philippe Decrauzat

Praz Delavallade

“Gild the Lily (Caribbean Hyrbid I)” (2018) by Carlos Rolón

Salon 94

“After Seurat: 1-6” (2017) by Sherrie Levine

David Zwirner

“[The Red Inside]” (2018) by Paulo Nazareth

Mendes Wood DM

“Speak the Truth Even if Your Voice Shakes” (2015) by Sam Durant

Part of IN/SITU, Curated by Pablo León de la Barra

“Take It” by Gerald Williams (1971)

Kavi Gupta Gallery

“Ashtray” (2010) by David Hockney

Richard Gray Gallery

“Untitled” (1967), “Lower Left” (1967), and “Mark Twain” (1968) by Alan Cote

Fort Gansevoort

Awol Erizku

Night Gallery

“Laura Asia in White” (2017) by Jaume Plensa

Richard Gray Gallery

“Greedy Nero” (2018) by Adam Parker Smith

Library Street Collective

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