Oh Art Foundation is pleased to announce Coalescence, a solo exhibition by Sergio Gomez, as part of its Living Artist Program. We invite all to join us on the 3rd floor of the Zhou B Art Center on Friday, February 15th from 7-9pm.
Sergio Gomez is a Chicago-based artist, curator, and founder of Art NXT Level. Reflecting upon the cyclical nature of the human experience, Coalescence features his most recent work. Gomez’s richly layered paintings and drawings explore the nuances of the anonymous figure, creating provocative visuals and enigmatic narratives. His work powerfully skirts the line between ambiguity and physicality, forming impressions that will perhaps encourage viewers to reflect upon the significance of their own presence. Devoid of political and social imagery, his figures lead viewers to a more indefinite realm: one that is wrought with spirituality but nonetheless exists as something recognizably and universally human.
Sergio Gomez is a Chicago based visual artist. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Northern Illinois University. Sergio’s work has been subject of solo exhibitions in the United States, Italy, Mexico and Vienna. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Spain, Sweden, Mexico, Austria, Italy, South Korea, England, Kairo, Belgium, and the US. His work can be found in private and public collections of the National Museum of Mexican Art, Brauer Art Museum, and the MIIT Museo Internazionale Italia Arte among others.
Presently, Sergio Gomez is the Director of Exhibitions at the Zhou B. Art Center, Director of Art NXT Level Projects (formerly 33 Contemporary Gallery), co-founder of Art NXT Level®, founder of Amplified Art Network, contributor for Italia Arte Magazine, co-founder of Care+Commit=Change. In addition, Sergio is an Art/Design faculty at South Suburban College.