Loggia Gallery Hours
Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: Following all worship services
“Arts exist at the heart of faith: faith is not a concrete experience,
so we need arts to express our faith.”
An Exhibition of Art by Sergio Gomez
We are honored to showcase in the Loggia works by Chicago-based visual artist Sergio Gomez. These works depict human figures as shadows, auras, or ghosts nestled in condensed fields of color and texture that often resemble forms of nature. Mr. Gomez says of his art, “I am interested in the human and spiritual experience throughout the cycles of life. The
human figures stand still, observe, communicate, and/or listen as they exist in their physical
state. Overall, I appeal for a sense of human awareness and spiritual consciousness.”
Mr. Gomez, who received a master of fine arts degree from Northern Illinois University, has showcased his work in solo exhibitions around the United States, Europe, Korea, and Mexico. His work can also be found in private and public collections at such venues as the National Museum
of Mexican Art, Brauer Art Museum, and the MIIT Museo
Internazionale Italia Arte.
Currently Mr. Gomez is the owner and director of 33 Contemporary Gallery, curator and director of exhibitions at the Zhou B. Art Center, a contributor for Italia Arte Magazine, an art and design faculty member at South Suburban College, creative consultant for Idea Seat Marketing and Advertising, and a cofunder of the Art NXT Level Program, which has a weekly podcast dedicated to inspiring and educating contemporary artists.
This exhibit will be on display in the Loggia until Monday, February 29.
On Friday, February 12 Mr. Gomez will lead a gallery walkthrough and presentation of his exhibition at 6:30 p.m. in Anderson Hall.
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For more information about exhibitions and the fine arts at Fourth Church, contact Rob Koon, Coordinator of Fine Arts (312.981.3593).