As I sit here, snuggled up in my polar fleece blanket against the growing chill, I am reminded that the end of comfortable gallery cruising season is almost here. For those intrepid crawlers like Jeriah and myself, this doesn’t mean the end of going out, no no, to us it just means thicker socks and heavier coats. But for many, the onset of cold fall and impending winter slows their gallery crawl motivation. SO my dear friends out there in TV land, get your ass out there before it starts to snow, ‘cus there is still lots of good shit going on!
A bad ass mix of gaming inspired art and real-time playing. Come to see the work, come to play. Work by Jeriah Hildwine, Luke Willard, Michael Garcia, Nick Bahr, and Sam Sieger.
Co-Prosperity Sphere is locate at 3219 S. Morgan St. Reception begins at 8pm on Friday, gaming begins at midnight.
A roaming show featuring the work of Kirk Faber, Max Garret, Susie Kimball, Joe Mault, Tim Schade, Qing Yang and Chris Bradley.The people in the above picture are the artists. No, they’re not.
Friday, October 22, The Uhaul show will be parked on Columbus Drive between Monroe and Jackson just East of the Chicago Loop (6-10pm). Saturday, October 23 it will be parked just north of Division at the intersection of Damen and Chrystal (2-6pm). Sunday, October 24 it will be parked outside of our new location (3710 N. Marshfield) just a block northwest of Ashland and Addison (2-6pm).
Super crazy video weirdness created by artist Amelia Winger-Bearskin.
Antena is located at 1765 S. Laflin St. Reception is Friday, from 6-10pm.
Erie landscape imagery by David Maisel and Kim Keever.
Carrie Secrist Gallery is located at 835 W. Washington Blvd. Reception is Saturday from 4-7pm.
Conflict zones brought to you with a twist by Curtis Mann.
Kavi Gupta Gallery is located at 835 W Washington Blvd. Reception is Saturday from 5-8pm.
Holy shit, I left you hanging on the busiest gallery weekend ogfthe year! Well, I made about a thousand maps, all of which were posted over at Chicago Art Magazine, and between those, working on the annual Renaissance Society benefit auction, teaching, art making, blah blah blah, I totally missed my weekend picks. Stupid me! Oh well, I’m back. This weekend, I’m actually going to be out of town, shooting out in Ohio (both kinds, to answer the inevitable question), but there are some great shows ya’ll should hit while I’m gone, I sure as shit want to hit ‘em when I get back. That is all…
Work by Laura Letinsky
Donald Young Gallery is located at 224 S. Michigan Ave., suite 266. ReceptionÂ Friday 5-7pm.
Work by Steve Seely
Rotofugi Gallery is located at 2780 N. Lincoln Ave. Reception Friday 7-10pm.
Work by Bernard Williams
iceberg projects is located at 7714 N Sheridan Rd. Reception Saturday 6-9pm.
Work by Matthew Schlagbaum, Chris Bradley, Clare Rosean, and Shannon Goff
Swimming Pool Project Space is located at 2858 W. Montrose Ave. Reception Saturday 6-10pm.
Work by Will Goss & Jessica Bardsley, Daniel Eatock, Clint Enns, Justin Kemp, Je Je Jiyeon Lim, Andrew Norman Wilson, Jon Rafman
LVL3 is located at 1452 N Milwaukee Ave, 3. Reception is Sunday at 6pm.
Group show at the new location.
Rotofugi is located at 2780 N Lincoln Ave. Reception Friday, from 7-10pm.
Work by Caitlin Arnold, Michael Boles, Jessica Taylor Caponigro, Olivia Ciummo, Sarica Douglas, Deep Earth, Ron Ewert, Michael Hunter, Leo Kaplan, Katy Keefe, Nicole Kita, Michael Kloss, Ben Marcus, Joseph Mohan, Sara Mosk, DJ Rad Pitt, Dustin Ruegger, Margaret Taylor, Frank Van Duerm, Kate Walsh and Lauren Walsh.
The Hills Esthetic Center is located at 128 N. Campbell Ave., Unit G. Reception Saturday, from 8-11pm.
Work by Gina Beavers, Chris Bradley, Andrew Guenther, Anna Krachey, Elisa Lendvay, Tim Louis Graham, and Eliza Myrie.
The Exhibition Agency is located at 2351 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2nd fl. Reception Saturday, from 7-10pm.
Work by Richard Rezac and Gary Stephan.
devening projects + editions is located at 3039 W Carroll Ave. Reception Sunday, from 4-7pm.
Work by Susan Garguilo and Troy Hagenbart.
What It Is is located at 1155 S Lyman Ave, Oak Park. Reception Sunday, from 3-8pm.
Ahoy again, me mateys! Thar be arts in them tharÂ waters. Yarg! And for this week’s briny picks, we’ll be casting broad our ores…or something. Ok, enough of that. But really, we are a bit scattered about for this weekend’s picks. I’ll be driving my trusty Jeep round, dashing through the snow and such. Perhaps, I’ll see yo ass out there? And now…
The True and Trusty Top 5:
1. Matters at Golden
Golden Gallery has impressed me with their selection of work since they opened about a year and a half ago with my buddy Jill Frank’s work. This round looks like more of the same, in the good way. Opening this week is a solo show of Joseph Cassan. And really, anyone who can take Kleenex and a bloody Band Aid, put it together, and make me think of Caravaggio is worth a look in by book. Rock on, dear Golden Gallery.
Golden Gallery is located at 816 W. Newport. Opening reception is Friday from 6-9pm.
2. The Dog and the Wolf at Monique Meloche
I friggin’ love Laura Letinsky. ‘Nuff said. She’s having a solo show at Meloche’s joint. Go see the show.
Monique Meloche is located at 2154 W. Division St. Opening reception is Saturday from 4-7pm.