SPILL opens at Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago

Last week, Daniel’s SPILL opened at the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago. Despite some inclement weather – they don’t call it the Windy City for nothing – a nice sized crowd moseyed thru the space as part of the city’s “First Friday” art walk in the River North neighborhood.

Here are a few more photos to give you a taste of the nicely produced show that will grace CEG’s walls until the end of April. The exhibit consists of a dozen prints by Toronto Image Works of the Gulf Oil Spill photos at sizes up to 48″x60.” If you’re in the Chicagoland area or just stopping by, we hope you take the time to go down and see SPILL.

Coverage of the gallery exhibit at CEG:



2 thoughts on “SPILL opens at Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago

  1. I love these images with a passion since I first saw them in October at the National Geographic Society in London.. Not only showing the vulnerability of the Pelicans but also the amazing and beautiful colours that such a disaster can leave behind.. Two years on and we still do not know for sure what effect this has had on the environment and everything living in it.. only time will tell! I’m so grateful that someone like Daniel was able to capture the beauty and the catastrophe at the same time… Many thanks Daniel! If you are in Chicago then I suggest this exhibition as a must see!

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