CAM Weekend Listings

Stephanie Burke here, Managing Editor of this fair magazine, head honcho of Art Talk Chicago, Bad at Sports contributor, and self-same author of The Gallery Crawl and So Much More. Again, I bring you the beauty of the CAM Weekend Picks.

It’s getting close to my wedding anniversary (the legal one, not the naked running around a fire one), which always brings to mind the old adage: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” So I give you:

Something Old –

Concertina Gallery – 2351 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2nd fl. Live Forever, work by Marty Burns, Dave Dyment, Elise Goldstein, Megan Hildebrandt, Jason Lazarus, Tibi Tibi Neuspiel, and Ruben Nusz. Reception 7-10pm. 5/15-5/26.

Well established in the apartment gallery scene, Concertina closes forever after this final show.

Something New –

Columbia College Glass Curtain Gallery – 1104 S. Wabash. 2010 MFA Photography Thesis Exhibition. Reception 4-7pm. 5/14-6/11.

Come see these brand-spankin’-new, freshly minted MFAs strut their stuff.

Something Borrowed –

Black Market – 1026 N. Milwaukee Ave. After Eggleston, work by Yvette Marie Dostatni and Alexandra Dietz. Reception 6-9pm. 5/14-5/31.

Two Chicago photo kids borrow from Eggleston.

Something Blue –

Iceberg – 7714 N. Sheridan Rd. Frozen Music, work by Robert MacNeill. Reception 6-9pm. 5/15-6/19.

Blue AND weird looking. Can’t go wrong with that.

Want to know what else is going on this weekend? Everything’s listed at Chicago Art Map, have a look!