Work by Casey McGonagle, Daniel Baird, Jake Myers, Jesse Avina, Spencer Hutchinson and William Bacarella.
Pentagon is located at 2655 W Homer St. Reception is Friday from 7-10pm.
Work by Jared Joslin.
Firecat Projects is located at 2124 N. Damen Ave. Reception is Friday from 7-9pm.
Curated by Yuri Stone. Work by Young Cho, Erika Hanson, Bailey Sailsbury, and Micah Schippa.
Monument 2 Gallery is located at 2007 N. Point St. Reception is Friday from 7-10pm.
Work by Tim Louis Graham.
Peregrineprogram is located at 500 W. Cermak Rd., #727. Reception is Saturday from 5-8pm.
Work by R James Healy.
What It Is is located at 1155 S Lyman Ave. Reception is Saturday from 3-8pm.
Work by Em’rynn Artunian, Thomas Hagen, and Billy Pozzo.
Co-Prosperity Sphere is located at 3219 S. Morgan St. Reception is Friday from 6-9pm.
Work by Ben Russell.
Threewalls is located at 119 N. Peoria St., #2C. Reception is Friday from 6-9pm.
Early work by Dawoud Bey.
Stephen Daiter Gallery is located at 311 W. Superior St., #408. Reception is Friday from 5-8pm.
Work by Candida Alvarez.
Peregrineprogram is located at 500 W. Cermak Rd., #727. Reception is Saturday from 1-4pm.
Work by Dana Carter.
Iceberg Projects is located at 7714 N. Sheridan Rd. Reception is Saturday from 6-9pm.
A video installation by Allen Killian-Moore based on the life of Levi Nies.
Fill in the Blank Gallery is located at 5038 N. Lincoln Ave. Reception is Friday from 7-11pm.
A group show of John Riepenhoff and friends, organized by Riepenhoff.
Peregrineprogram is located at 500 W. Cermak Rd., #727. Reception is Saturday from 3-6pm.
Featuring the work of work by Ben Driggs, Veronica Rafael and Hans Peter Sundquist.
LVL3 is located at 1452 N Milwaukee Ave, #3. Reception is Saturday from 6-10pm.
Artist talk with Anna Shteynshleyger and Andreas Waldburg-Wolfegg
moniquemeloche is located at 2154 W Division St. Artist talk begins at 1pm.
Works by Chris Naka and Min Song
Julius CÃ¦sar is located at 3144 W Carroll Ave, 2G. Reception is Sunday from 1-4pm.
Hey again everyone! First off, I need to give a shout out to all my buddies, including Aaron Delehanty, Daniel Lavitt, Duncan Anderson, Helen Maurene Cooper, Robin Dluzen, Takeshi Moro, and so many more, as well as myself, who are involved in the Art Loop Open. The space crawl is tomorrow night from 5-8pm, and voting must be done on site, so come and vote for us to get some moolah.
As for the Top 5, here you go:
Paintings of David Bowie by Carlos Ramos.
Rotofugi Gallery is located at 2780 N. Lincoln Ave. Reception is Friday, from 7-10pm.
Cartoon craziness from the mind and hand of Karl Haendel.
Tony Wight Gallery is located at 845 W. Washington Blvd. Reception is Friday, from 5-8pm.
New work by the dynamic duo of Dutes Miller and Stan Shellabarger.
Western Exhibitions is located at 119 N. Peoria St., suite 2A. Reception is Friday, from 5-8pm.
New works by Chicago artist Caleb Lyons.
DIG is located at 2003 N Point, #3. Reception is Saturday, from 7-10pm.
Jewel-encrusted madness from Rob Bondgren.
Peregrineprogram is located at 500 W. Cermak Rd., #727. Reception is Sunday, from 2-5pm.
Ahoy everyone! It’s that time again, the weekend is almost here. In the relentless march toward Art Chicago, there are another slew of TTF (through the fair) shows opening this weekend, primarily concentrated in River North. This weekend I also have work in VideoStore7.375x4x1 at The Op Shop in Hyde Park, which, by the way, has one of the creepiest basements in the entire world. But none of that is on the Top 5. Here’s what is…
1. Hagia Sophia at Spoke
Go and hang out inside a miniature model of the Hagia Sophia. Just think of it as your “safe place.” Hagia Sophia (the model at Spoke, not the Basilica in Istanbul) was created by Gwendolyn Zabicki. This is the closing reception, and your last chance!
Spoke is located at 119 N. Peoria. Closing reception is Saturday from 6-9pm.
Ok, so, I haven’t seen any images from the show, but how can I not pick this? An entire show that exists solely as a tribute to the Last Unicorn? So awesome. Watch out for the Red Bull, and stay away from the sea shore, if you know what I mean.
The Tattoo Factory is located at 4441 N. Broadway. Reception is Friday from 7-11pm.
3. Printervention: Printing for the Public at The Chicago Tourism Center
Version Fest is back my friends. This yearly art-stravagaza organized by Co-Prosperity Sphere will be popping up all over in the next couple weeks. Head on down and check out this WPA-inspired print event.
The Chicago Tourism Center is located at 72 E. Randolph St. Reception is Friday from 5-7pm.
4. Night Painting 1995-2010 at Peregrineprogram
Paintings by Susanna Coffey that aren’t self portraits? That’s right. Stop on by Edmund’s place, but be sure to write down the number (#727), it can be a little are to find, as the building is HUGE.
Peregrineprogram is located at 500 W. Cermak Rd., #727. Reception is Friday from 6-9pm.
5. In a Paperweight & Home for Hobo Too at Tony Wight Gallery
If you haven’t already been to Tony’s new place, here is another opportunity with a star line-up: Walead Beshty, Sebastiaan Bremer, Daniel Gordon, Tamar Halpern, Barbara Kasten, Sara VanDerBeek, and James Welling in In a Paperweight. In the South Gallery: Home for Hobo Too, work by Allison Schulnik.
Tony Wight Gallery is located at 845 W. Washington Blvd. Reception is Friday from 5-8pm.