Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

What the Body Holds is on display at Seek Vintage as part of the West Town Art Walk on September 24, 2021 from 7 pm - 12 am.

What the Body Holds is on display at The Intuit Store through December 2021. The Intuit Store was named the Best Quirky Museum Gift Shop in Chicago Magazine’s 2019 Best of Chicago!

Intuit exhibition

What the Body Holds will be on display at Burgoo Chicago, an art gallery in Rogers Park, from October through December 2021.

Past What the Body Holds Exhibitions

What the Body Holds was on display at The WasteShed, a creative reuse store in Humboldt Park, in August 2021.

WasteShed exhibition

An image from What the Body Holds was chosen by Aline Smithson, artist and founder of Lenscratch, to appear on "SFW Creativity Continues – Assignment: Altered Images with Aline Smithson" on June 2, 2021. The selected images were also featured on Santa Fe Workshops' website on June 4, 2021.

What the Body Holds was featured in "Connecting Artists: Wayne Montecalvo & Nanette Rae Freeman" on R&F on May 3, 2021:

Connecting Artists article

Past Diversion Exhibitions

A piece from Diversion was selected to be part of "We Need To Talk" at Crosstown Arts in Memphis from February 10 through February 25, 2017.

Diversion was on display at the Chicago Public Libraries' Harold Washington Library Center on the 8th floor from November 11, 2016 through January 13, 2017. Click here to view photos of the exhibition.

Diversion was on display at the Arc Academy, a welding and fabrication school in Chicago's Ukrainian Village, as part of the West Town Art Walk from September 30 - October 1, and throughout the month of October, 2016.

Picture of exhibition at Arc Academy Postcard for West Town Art Walk

Diversion was featured at the Lillstreet Art Center Annex in Chicago from May 20 through June 19, 2016.

Picture of exhibition at Lillstreet Postcard for exhibition at Lillstreet

Diversion was on display at the Chicago Public Libraries' Bucktown-Wicker Park Branch from April 2 through mid-May, 2016.

Greene Prairie Press, Fred's hometown newspaper, ran an article about Diversion on December 17, 2015.

Broken Light: A Photography Collective featured Diversion online on December 17, 2015.

Death Cafe, a non-profit organization dedicated to the discussion of death, shared Diversion online on November 26, 2015.

aCurator, an art and photography online magazine, featured Diversion on November 24, 2015.

Lenscratch, a fine art photography online journal, featured Diversion on November 11, 2015.

Freeman introduced Diversion at the Lillstreet Art Center Makers Salon in Chicago on July 17, 2015.