Date & Time
Thursday, January 9, 2020 - 6:00 PM to Friday, March 13, 2020 - 12:00 PM
Logan Center, Cafe
About the Exhibition
This collection of images is the gradual trajectory of Edo’s art style, Infinite Inception Art. Edo chose 20 of his favorite pieces from each collection from his first showcase in 2015 through 2019, each holding a very memorable moment in his heart, mind, and spirit. As you go on this journey, offer yourself to these pieces. You’ll come to find that the memories embedded in each of these pieces also remind you of moments you have experienced in your life, which ultimately connects you with the Edo and to each other. Don’t expect to capture everything within a single viewing, rather, every viewing reveals something new, something different, something infinite. Curated by Edo and Leigh Fagin.
Edo, born Eddie Santana White, is a self-taught multi-disciplinary artist, fashion, graphic, industrial designer born and raised on the south side of Chicago. The Edo brand is known as Infinite Inception. Influenced by notable artists like Kanye West and Kid Cudi, Edo describes his work as imaginative and futuristic, following in the Afrofuturism canon. Edo began his career as a designer working with leading urban clothing brands, including Leaders 1354, Joe Fresh Goods, Treated Crew and Fat Tiger, and heoversees a clothing line called Emperion and is the co-founder of the graphics design andscreen-printing company [blankcanvas]. He is currently expanding the Bronzeville space he co-ownscalled Escape Studios Chicago, and recently showed his newest series of paintings at Spectrum Gallery as part of Art Miami/Art Basel.