Episode 158: Hello Chicago

September 7, 2008 · Print This Article

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2008 Opening Season

Here we stand, at the beginning of the most exciting part of our Art Year: opening night. So, what do we do? We return to past form, act like idiots, and debate the state of the Chicago Art World and Art Chicago with Michael Workman.

Also, a sober and sick Duncan MacKenzie can’t handle a rowdy and drunken Bad at Sports crew and totally melts down, then screams repeatedly at Richard Holland? Could the band be breaking up? Speculation ensues.
Fred Sasaki
Poetry Magazine
The Poetry Foundation
Patrick Lundeen
Material Exchange
Western Exhibitions
Stan Shellabarger
Dutes Miller
John Opera
Matt Stolle
Andrew Rafacz Gallery
Carrie Secrist Gallery
Joy Episalla
Diana Guerrero-Macia
Tony Wight Gallery
Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Terry R. Myers
Kavi Gupta Gallery
Marc LeBlanc
Donald Young Gallery
Josiah McElheny
The Merchandise Mart
Neighborhood Public Radio
Rashid Johnson
Monique Meloche
Garden Fresh
Tom Burtonwood
Matthew Barney

Let your hate mail begin.
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52 thoughts on “Episode 158: Hello Chicago”

  1. duncan. says:

    To be fair Richard, that was the first time we had ever tried anything like this. Also, I had nine beers and 3 glasses of whiskey in the hour and a half we recorded on that stupidly hot night in the Bad at Sports cave. I’m lucky I didn’t die. It was a terrible error that I never really repeated. I wish you would stop bringing it up.

    Pedro, on a strange note I have, “never ‘too drunk’ to have an opinion” tattooed on my back in the bauhaus font. Which is pretty much why I quit drinking after Art Chicago last year.


  2. Richard says:

    That and the intervention “Staff meeting” we had for you.

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