Dont Fret, one of Chicago’s most recognizable street artists, today announced the upcoming solo exhibition OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT, which will feature new works exploring the tropes, idiosyncrasies, and subtle politics of office life. The space that the exhibition inhabits, a for-the-moment unoccupied office while it’s former daily inhabitants work from home indefinitely, is its own commentary on the seemingly endless experience of limbo and uncertainty during a global pandemic. The artist’s prophetic style and wit shines through in the interactions of the characters he creates, whose unspoken thoughts become speech bubbles above their heads that no one would ever say aloud. The office’s storefront windows will be filled with a full-size painting of the erstwhile office workers, and those interested in leasing the modernized space can call 872-216-6781 for more details. Dont Fret’s recently released debut book, Dont Fret: Life Thus Far, will also be available for purchase. Advanced registration, timed entry, face masks and observance of social distancing measures will be required of all visitors to the exhibition.