NATE OTTO: "Imagined Cities" February 21 – April 1

February 09, 2018

NATE OTTO:

 

Nate Otto is an image maker from Chicago whose work explores urban landscapes and architecture filtered through his own vision.  Mapping, gentrification, development, decay, and the inherent and ongoing change in the urban space are among the ideas Nate tries to tackle with his graphic, stylized, and simplified drawings, paintings, and murals.  He has had several solo art shows in Chicago and he has shown his art all over the world.  As an illustrator he has contributed at Basecamp, DNA Info, NPR, and many others.  He has done murals for Nike, Facebook, interior Define, VML, and many more.  He is a graduate of Columbia College in Chicago and he has been a full time artist since 2012.  

NATE OTTO
Imagined Cities
February 21 – April 1, 2018


ART WILL BE ONLINE WEDNESDAY, FEB 21


Opening Reception for the Artist
Saturday, February 24
7 – 9




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