Diverse works include neon African masks, photographs of everyday life in mid-century Chicago and portraits of women screaming
CHICAGO—(ENEWSPF)—August 9, 2018
By: Julie Rodrigues Widholm
Steel sculptures and neon lights by artist and dancer Brendan Fernandes, which are based on fabricated African masks sold to tourists in New York City, anchor one of three exhibitions — “The Living Mask” — that will open this fall at DePaul Art Museum.
The second exhibition, “Someday, Chicago,” examines the work of American-born photographer Yasuhiro Ishimoto through his images of Chicago, where the photographer lived . . .