Tagged: Hannah Chalew

“The Only Stair That Doesn’t Creak” Hits Oxford American’s Website

It’s Wednesday, and that means that the first article for my Southern Contemporary Art column “The Only Stair That Doesn’t Creak” on the Oxford American Website is up! It’s all about the enduring question of hauntology in Southern art. NOLA artist Hannah Chalew is in this installment. Let me know what you think! There will be a new article for the column out about every two weeks. Check out the rest of the online magazine as well. The site – which focuses on excellent writing about culture from a Southern perspective – has been revamped, and there’s a ton of really stellar writing about more art, along with literature, music, film, food, and fashion! You can follow the link to my article here.

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Hannah Chalew in “Parallel Play” at T-Lot

Hannah Chalew

“Relict Landscape”

rebar, soil, wisteria, catsclaw, thread, wire, mesh

2011

Hannah Chalew

“Odin St. Takeover Part II”

pen and ink on painted paper, wood, chicken wire, soil and creeping fig

2011

Hannah Chalew

“Threshold”

pen and ink and marker on paper

2011

Hannah Chalew

“Intertwined”

pen and ink on paper, thread and pins on canvas

2011

on view in the group exhibition “Parallel Play” at T-Lot, 1940 Saint Claude Ave., New Orleans, from Friday, October 14 at 6:00pm – Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 10:00pm

Author’s note:  To read a review of “Parallel Play” at T-Lot, go to the previous post titled “Our Backyard Kicks Your Backyard’s Ass: ‘Parallel Play” at T-lot” here on “louisianaesthetic.”