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Katie Kahn

Associate Professor

Northern Illinois University

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Northern Illinois University

1525 W. Lincoln Hwy ( Route 38 )

DeKalb, Illinois,60115

United States

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Northern Illinois University (NIU) is a comprehensive teaching and research institution with a student enrollment of over 23,000. Located 65 miles west of Chicago, in one of the most dynamic regions of the country, with its main campus in the City of DeKalb, N... more.

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www.krugergallerychicago.com

Katie Kahn
Katie Kahn Kahn began using the New York Times as a generative ground ten years ago, after the death of her father, Chicago artist, Max Kahn. Katie Kahn exhibits nationally, with solo exhibitions in Chicago, Houston, and New York. She received her MFA from Yale University and is a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist fellowship. She lives in Chicago and is an Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University. News Conversation and Cocktails: An Evening with Katie Kahn, Lin Hixson, and Matthew Goulish CHICAGO - Up, carcass, and march!, a solo exhibition of new work by Chicago artist Katie Kahn, will be on view at Kruger Gallery Chicago, 3709 N. Southport Avenue, from September 11 - October 24, 2015. Events Katie Kahn Up Carcass and March, New Work by Katie Kahn Cocktails & Conversation: An Evening with Katie Kahn, Lin Hixson, and Matthew Goulish on Thursday, October 22 from 6-8 pm.


www.krugergallerychicago.com

Conversation and Cocktails: An Evening with Katie Kahn, Lin Hixson, and Matthew Goulish
Hixson & Goulish will engage Kahn on various aspects of her process, content, methodologies, and meanings. Katie Kahn's exhibition, UP, CARCASS, AND MARCH!, on view until October 24, features drawings atop double-spread pages of the New York Times using ballpoint pen, correction fluid and tape, gouache and gel pen. Generally finished over an extended period of time, the resulting works, steeped in social, political, and personal content, explore the connections between the formal and improvisational processes of art-making. They could be understood as revealing one's psyche's response to media stories and mass-market images. Kahn began using the New York Times as a generative ground ten years ago, after the death of her father, Chicago artist, Max Kahn. Katie Kahn exhibits nationally, with solo exhibitions in Chicago, Houston, and New York. She received her MFA from Yale University and is a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist fellowship. She lives in Chicago and is an Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University.


www.krugergallerychicago.com

CHICAGO - Up, carcass, and march!, a solo exhibition of new work by Chicago artist Katie Kahn, will be on view at Kruger Gallery Chicago, 3709 N. Southport Avenue, from September 11 - October 24, 2015.
Using ballpoint pen, correction fluid and tape, gouache, and gel pen, Kahn draws into the printed images and texts of New York Times double-spread pages. Generally finished over an extended period of time, the resulting works, steeped in social, political, and personal content, explore the connections between the formal and improvisational processes of artmaking. They could be understood as revealing one psyche's response to media stories and mass-market images. Kahn began using the New York Times as a generative ground ten years ago, after the death of her father, Chicago artist Max Kahn. Katie Kahn exhibits nationally, with solo exhibitions in Chicago, Houston, and New York. She received her MFA from Yale University and is a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist fellowship. She lives in Chicago and is an Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University.


www.daily-chronicle.com

Associate professor Kathryn Kahn offers a studio course titled Portrait and Self-Portrait: Embodying the In/Visible.
Students explore contemporary and historical portrait and self-portrait practice, and in the process, gain an awareness of the complexities and possibilities of the genre. The class consists of group and individual critiques and class discussion, visiting artist lecture and critique, and a field trip to Chicago galleries and artists studios. It is fascinating to observe the ways in which the concerns of portrait painting both change and remain the same over time, Kahn said in a news release. Kahn attended the University of Chicago, earned her MFA degree from Yale University and her BFA degree from the California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland. he is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artists Fellowship, and residency fellowships from the Roswell Artists-in Residence Foundation, Ucross Foundation and the Ragdale Foundation. She has taught at NIU since 1996. er work is exhibited in Chicago and nationally.


www.thehawkeye.com

Artist Katie Kahn will lecture on her work at 1 p.m. Friday in the Barnes Electronics Classroom in Hewes Library at Monmouth (Ill.) College.A reception for Kahn will follow at 2 p.m. in the Len G. Everett Gallery, where Kahn's exhibit of paintings "Sea Change" will be on display through Oct. 26.Kahn is associate professor of painting at Northern Illinois University.


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