Opening Saturday, March 1st at Sunday Project, Chicago is it’s inaugural exhibition
“Tentatively Titled,” a group exhibition comprised of work by five emerging artists who turn the lens directly on themselves. In a world increasingly dominated by social media and virtual existence, these works serve as a reminder of what it means to be a physical self. The work is both poetic and pathetic, attempting to overcome the perceived banality of the artists’ daily lives. These artists deal with issues as disparate as living with your parents as an adult to what it means to be in love, transforming experience into myth and hyperbole. Artists include: Mike Calway-Fagen, Farrah Emami, Kirk Faber, Elliot
Mickleburgh, and Kira Scerbin.  Sunday Project is founded and operated by Morgan Manduley.


Courtesy of Sunday Project.

Still from Elliot Mickleburgh’s “Driving in My Hometown in My Mom’s
Station Wagon Singing Along to All of Weezer’s Blue Album” 2013. Courtesy of Sunday Project.


“Tentatively Titled” is on view through Match 29, 2014.


For more information visit Sunday Project, Chicago.