Sorry I’ve missed you all over the Christmas and New Year holiday, I was gallivanting about in California. Now I’m back, and looking forward to another great year of Chicago art.
Work by Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick.
Carl Hammer Gallery is located at 740 N. Wells St. Reception is Friday from 5:30-8pm.
Work by Eric Blum, David Burdeny, Helen Maureen Cooper, Jordan Eagles, Bob Emser, Amanda Friedman, Joseph Ivacic, Yvette Kaiser-Smith, Beverly Kedzior, Daniel Kim, Kelly McCormick, Robert McGuire, Jennifer Scott McLaughlin, Elizabeth Opalenik, Michael Parker, Michael Ratulowski, Tricia Rumbolz, Stephanie Serpick, Dylan Vitone, David Weinberg, and Rhonda Wheatley. This is the final show at Weinberg Gallery.
David Weinberg Gallery is located at 300 W. Superior St., #203. Reception is Friday from 5-8pm.
Work by Elliott Erwitt.
Stephen Daiter Gallery is located at 230 W. Superior. Reception is Friday from 5-8pm.
Work by Deborah Baker, Michael Krueger, and Dominic Paul Moore, respectively.
Packer Schopf Gallery is located at 942 W. Lake St. Reception is Friday from 5-8pm.
Work by Gerard Byrne.
The Renaissance Society is located at 5811 S. Ellis Ave., Cobb Hall 418. Reception is Sunday from 4-7pm, with and artist talk from 5-6pm.
October 22, 2010 · Print This Article
All of the Artists on the short list have done amazing work and many that were not included deserved to make the final but this isn’t really about awards its about engaging the public. To that end Bad at Sports has officially come off the bench to support one canidate to win and that would be Steve Hamann’sÂ History of ‘Bad at Sports’ (Work on Paper).
I know reading that you might think we are biased but that could not be further from the truth; I hate Steve Hamann. He is an annoying artist that has been the bane of my existance for longer then I would like to admit so when I ask you to vote 6 or 7 or even 10 times for his work at theWit Hotel (hell get a room and just vote everytime you cross the lobby) you will know that I do so on the merits of the work and no other reason. How great must that work be for me to ask the thousands of readers of Bad at Sports to reward a man that reads dead baby jokes in nursery wards. I may not love the artist but I salute the art.
Now having established that we will all vote for Steve “The Ego from this point out” Hamann to win lets spend some time on the great artists that should get second and third. They are hard working artists the lot of them and deserve more attention then even this is giving them, starting with a old friend Bernard Williams.
Daniel Lavitt: Till We Meet Again (Sculpture)
Chicago French Market – MetraMarket
Giovanni Arce: Bush (Painting)
Joseph Ivacic: Staying Connected (Sculpture)
Len Upin: Helen (Work on Paper)
Yva Neal: WAKA: Wall Altat of Kismet Abundance (Installation)
W Chicago – City Center