Chicago based artist Geoffrey Todd Smith, a 1997 MFA graduate of the NIU School of Art has a solo exhibition currently running at Western Exhibitions, 1709 W. Chicago Ave. in Chicago.
Sordid Orchestra is Smith’s sixth solo show at Western Exhibitions. The gallery describes this show as “new vibrant and nervy multi-media paintings on paper and on panel.”
The exhibition can be viewed online or by booking an appointment for groups of one to four people to view Sordid Orchestra in person.
Geoffrey Todd Smith’s work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Hallmark Inc., Fidelity Investments Corporate Art Collection, the Jager Collection in Amsterdam, Soho House Chicago, the South Bend Art Museum in Indiana, and Harper College in Illinois and has been shown at Luis de Jesus Gallery and Charlie James Gallery in Los Angeles; Hyde Park Art Center, the Union League, DePaul Art Museum and Shane Campbell Gallery in Chicago; The Hughes Gallery in Australia; The Green Gallery in Milwaukee; The Front in New Orleans; Illinois State Museum, and the Elmhurst Art Museum in Illinois. He has been written about in New City, The Seen, New American Paintings, Bad at Sports, art ltd, Juxtapoz, Chicago Tribune, and Chicago Magazine. Smith is represented by Western Exhibitions and he lives and works in Chicago.