Work by Amanda Elizabeth Joseph.
Zg Gallery is located at 300 W. Superior St. Reception Friday, 6-8pm.
Work by Meow Wolf.
Thomas Robertello Gallery is located at 27 N. Morgan St. Reception Friday, 6-8pm.
Work by Ryan Duggan.
Johalla Projects is located at 1821 W. Hubbard St. Reception Friday, 7-10pm.
Work by Daniel Bruttig and Duncan Robert Anderson.
Kasia Kay Gallery is located at 215 N. Aberdeen St. Reception Friday, 6-8pm.
Work by Jeffrey Beebe.
Packer Schopf Gallery is located at 942 W. Lake St. Reception Friday, 5-8pm.
Work by Casilda Sanchez.
Aspect/Ratio is located at 119 N. Peoria St. Suite 3A. Reception Friday, 6-8pm.
Work by Sarah Kelly, Marisa Williamson, Katya Grokhovsky, Rachelle Beaudoin, Andrea Hidalgo, Roxy Farhat, Em Meine, Cristine Brache, T. Foley, Lex Brown, Lilly McElroy, Molly Shea, Shana Moulton, Becky Sellinger, and Rosemarie Romero.
Antena is located at 1755 S. Laflin St. Reception Friday, 6-10pm.
Work by Scott Fortino.
Document is located at 845 W Washington Ave. 3F. Reception Friday, 5-8pm.
Work by Chris Naka
Julius Caesar is located at 3311 W. Carroll Ave. Reception Sunday, 2-5pm.
Work by Miguel Guzman
Paperish Mess is located at 1955 W. Chicago Ave. Reception Saturday, 7-11pm.
…To Start Off The New Year!
Hey everyone! Hope ya’ll had a good hooliday! And now we stride fourth, from the ‘Ots to the Onezies, with many a show to look forward too. This weekend (especially Friday) is particularly ripe for new year pickings, so in celebration of all that, I give you…
THE FIRST 10 OF THE NEW YEAR!
(In not much of a particular order)
Happy ‘Effen 2010!
1. In Stereo at Rotofugi
I feel like I should hate this work for being hip and trite, but it just makes me think of Rosler’s 60-era “Bringing the War Home” too much for me to hate it. Make your own decision.
Reception Friday from 7-10pm. Rotofugi is located at 1953 W. Chicago Ave.
2. 3-for-1: Queen of Heaven, R&R (…&R), and Up Is Down at the Chicago Cultural Center
I am generally in favor of 3-for-1 shows, especially when there are actually three big shows in one place, something few other places do as well as the Cultural Center. On top of that the work looks worth seeing, to boot. Sheesley presents nearly photo-real paintings of puddles, Faier forces confrontation with death (or our refusal to confront it) with his images of mausoleums and their waiting rooms, and Slavick explores carnage in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Lebanon through over painted photographs.
Reception Friday from 6-8pm. The Chicago Cultural Center is located at 78 E. Washington St.