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Opening Reception 6 PM - 9 PM, Saturday, Dec 3, 2022

December 3, 2022 – March 3, 2023

Hawthorn Contemporary is pleased to announce the exhibition opening of Here Comes That Feeling

featuring fiber works of Chicago-based artist kg.


Intertwining weavings and objects, Here Comes That Feeling, reveals the daily narratives of kg. Life's complications with conflicting emotions and thoughts are unfurled through a series of weavings that intermingle textiles and objects.  Individual work’s material list becomes “poetic texts” adding insight into kg’s contemplation and questioning of life’s noteworthy moments. They state, “My studio is a site full of embodied personal history.  I make weavings, sculpture, and poetry using the logic of memoir”.


kg (b.1980, Poland) makes weavings and writes poetry in Chicago. kg has exhibited with Horse and Pony in Berlin, Side gate Gallery in Melbourne, The Salina Art Center and UMKC Gallery Of Art in Kansas, HiLo Gallery in Atlanta Georgia, Praxis Fiber Workshop in Ohio, SideCar Gallery in Indiana, Adjunct Positions in L.A. , Left Field Gallery in San Luis Obispo CA, L.O.G. in Chapel Hill North Carolina, Camayuhs in Atlanta, The Brooklyn Academy of Music and The Bruce High Quality Foundation in New York, The Poor Farm in Little Wolfe Wisconsinand with LVL3, Julius Caesar, Terrain, Tiger Strikes Astroid, Tusk, AddsDonna, Gallery 400, Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Gallery at Loyola University, The Ukrainian, Institute of Modern Art, Dock 6 Design studios, The Suburban at the MDW Art Fair 2012 and again with LVL3 and The Unpacked Truck Gallery as part of MDW Fair’s return in 2022, Hyde Park Art Center and at LOLLAPALOOZA Music Festival, all in Chicago. kg was a participant at The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2017 and The Vermont Studio Center as a fellow in 2018. Their expansive weaving survey Some Kind Of Duty, hosted by The DePaul Art Museum is available as a monograph through the museum shop and online.

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