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Sponsored posts on Chicago Art Magazine on eBay

“Full page” ads for artist start at $25 on Chicago Art Magazine

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(Sponsored) The National Wet Paint Exhibition: 1/15 – 2/28

A large group of painters (MFA candidates and recent MFA recipients) will be exhibiting their artwork in the National Wet Paint Exhibition throughout January and February at the Zhou B Art Center in Chicago.

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Chicago’s Twelve: 12 Artists Mobilizing the Earth. Curated by Sergio Gomez

Curator Sergio Gomez has selected twelve Chicago artists currently turning their attention to Mobilizing the Earth, the focus of this year’s World Earth Day.

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Diane Nelson: Re-imagination of Biology and Art

Nelson has harnessed the microscopic world that dictated much of her previous career, drawing from it its curious palettes, lines, shapes and movements.

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Sound, Shape, and Color Converge: John Cage’s SONATAS AND INTERLUDES 3/31

Admission is free for Eliza Garth’s performance of John Cage’s masterpiece.

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Park West Gallery showcases the photorealism of Scott Jacobs

With the popularity of his paintings, Scott has translated his photorealism to new media, perfecting the arts of lithography, serigraphy, and giclée.

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“Patterns of Nature”: Claudia Kleefeld at Woman Made Gallery

Kleefeld manages to speak to her viewers on a universal, metaphorical level, as well as a deeply personal level.

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Free Seminar: The Art of Modernism in Japanese Woodblock Prints 2/25

Bright Lights, Big City: The Art of Modernism in Japanese Woodblock Prints will examine the early period of modern Japanese prints, from 1904 to 1959.

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Opens Today! Sam Shepard’s “OPERATION SIDEWINDER” at Columbia College

Operation Sidewinder points up the dehumanizing effects of technology on American culture, circa 1970.

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Unfolding Space at Floating World Gallery 1/20

Unfolding Space addresses the question: is there a way to represent a place objectively?

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Park West Gallery Visits Paris: A Lifetime of Lebadang

On the eve of his ninetieth birthday, Vietnamese artist, Lebadang, is as creative as he was 50 years ago. Albert Scaglione of Park West Gallery journeys to Paris to visit the artist, discovering a treasure trove of his work across the decades.

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National Wet Paint Exhibition 2012

The National Wet Paint Exhibition 2012 is an outlook and an overview of top MFA painting programs in the United States.

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FIND: Mays Mayhew at Morpho Gallery

In new paintings Mayhew explores the question: how do we fall in and out of love?

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Park West Gallery: Csaba Markus, Aesthetic Olympian

Are we in a time of aesthetic revival, or will art continue to be obsessed with defining itself? Park West Gallery Director, Morris Shapiro addresses these issues and discusses an artist who is relentlessly fighting back.

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Chicago Artists Month: Featured Events & Artists

-Sponsored Post- Chicago’s citywide collaborative arts event, Chicago Artists Month, returns this October with 200 events, ranging from exhibitions to open studio tours and neighborhood art walks presented by museums, galleries, cultural centers and arts organizations throughout the city. More than 45 neighborhoods will participate in this year’s month-long arts celebration, which showcases approximately 5,000 […]

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Magnanimous Media: Professional Film Production for All

Our belief is that we can keep growing our business by collaborating with companies and educating them about equipment and filmmaking options.

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October Marks the 16th Annual Chicago Artists Month

Chicago’s visual arts scene is on display October 1-31, with over 200 events for the public.

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Ed Valentine and Tom Van Eynde at Linda Warren Gallery

The paintings’ titles stem from something fundamental about Valentine’s paintings – he wants them to speak for themselves – to halt and provoke inquiry.

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Continuing Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago

The goal of SAIC is to nurture and support the development of creative thought and practice in students of all ages.

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Special Offer: Sign up for Art Career Course and $400 in Advertising Here

Paul Klein’s 12-week course is partnering with Chicago Art Magazine to offer any new students $400 worth of advertising on this site, if you sign up before noon on September 2 (this coming Friday). The course is available online and to local students.