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Random Gallery Spotlight: Corbett vs. Dempsey

“We have done eight years of shows, and there will be things that we do in the future that will surprise people.” –Corbett

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Random Gallery Spotlight: The Poison Cup

The majority of sales come from wine, though art sales have been improving with every new artist featured.

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Random Gallery Spotlight: The Palette and Chisel- Working Amidst Chicago’s Art History

The first Palette and Chisel had was in 1897 and they were making fun of the Art Institute’s exhibits at the time.They were an irreverent group

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Random Gallery Spotlight: Deerpath Art League

Anyone interested in showing his or her art is to apply for membership and then receive acceptance.

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Random Gallery Spotlight: Dominican University’s O’Connor Gallery

Pairing artists who have been out of school for 3-5 years with artists have been producing for over 20 years, I hope to create a dynamic program that is fresh and sophisticated. –Angela Bryant

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Random Gallery Spotlight- Gallery Swarm: Thinking Outside the White Cube

“I would call it an artistic cooperative,” said Glendy X. Mattalia, who runs the gallery with Sam Gillis. “There is no pay to play.”

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Random Gallery Spotlight: Tall Grass Arts Association

Tall Grass has a youth outreach program, providing off-site classes for underprivileged school children and homeschooled families.

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Random Gallery Spotlight: Urban Art Retreat

It is important to be educated about social problems involving the community.

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Random Gallery Spotlight: Harper Gallery

A gallery based on filling the artistic and decorative needs of the average person, even children.

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Wait, Where are You Located Again?: Gosia Koscielak Studio & Gallery

Gosia Koscielak coins her online gallery work “internet studio/gallery practice” in order to move away from the dividing line of global and local art.

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Wait, Where are You Located Again?: Pentagon Gallery

Without a space, a gallery needs resources, such as a solid and reliable network, in order to keep the business functional.

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Gallery Spotlight: Hildt Gallery

Customers who have ever bought a painting have the ability to trade it back.

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Gallery Spotlight: Gage Gallery

Gage Gallery strictly focuses on documentary photography

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Gallery Spotlight: Loyola University Museum of Art

LUMA feels like discovering a vault of actual buried treasure…

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Gallery Spotlight: Spoke Gallery

Spoke is designed to encompass the ever-changing needs of its experimental member base.

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Gallery Spotlight: Gallery Provocateur

This gallery largely holds in its inventory, “Fantasy art” prints.

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Spotlight: Morpho Gallery, A Tale of a Gallery and a Garden

Part studio and part garden space epitomizes Morpho’s eclectic ideology.

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Spotlight on the Shared Space of EC Gallery and Kasia Kay Art Projects

EC Gallery is a small, but well put together space allowing for just the right blend of playful and inventive art to be displayed on its walls

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Golden Gallery Spotlight

This fall Golden is showing New York-based abstract painter Patricia Treib, who fits into Golden’s track record of solo shows for emerging or midcareer artists, says exhibitions manager Andrew Blackley.

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Gallery Spotlight: Alan Koppel Gallery

At the Alan Koppel gallery the main commitment is to dealing secondary works by major artists of the twentieth century.