Chicago History Museum hosts artist NICK FURY for Chicago Artist Month 2015

CRIMSON SKY-The Buildings That Survived The Great Chicago Fire October 8 1871.
October 8 – November 15 2015

Chicago History Museum
1601 North Clark
Chicago IL. 60614
312.642.4600
Mon-Sat: 9:30 am-4:30 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

Nick Fury was born in Hyde Park, and earned a BFA from Columbia College Chicago. Earlier work has been based on Chicago Transit Authority subcultural experiences and current events. His Victorian Graffics project has been displayed at the historic Ashland/Lake station of the CTA’s Green Line, the Paint Paste Sticker exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Center, and awarded Best Drawing at the Museum of Science and Industry’s Black Creativity 2015 exhibition.

The CRIMSON SKY series, focusing on buildings that survived the Great Chicago Fire. He did much of his research about the structures that remained standing after the fire died October 10, 1871, at CHM’s Research Center.