I don’t remember the name of the coffee shop. I just remember that the floor was made of wood and I recognized Stephanie Burke from her picture – a shaved head except for bangs — and it all began there in 2009. The running joke was that people were always very surprised at two things […]
The Two-year Fund to Fortress the Archive Chicago Art Magazine closed down in April of 2012. The site, built on WordPress and a template that was created in 2008 has aged badly and become vulnerable to malware. The site went down twice and at one point the database (in which the articles are stored) was […]
I’d made my bite, introduced myself. What I did NOT do was take these initial rejections personally, nor as the end of the discussion.
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.
I am confident in the value of the artists I work with, and I think collectors ultimately know how to find the galleries and artists that resonate for them.
The aim of Southside Hub of Production is to provide cultural and communal free space as an alternative to the museums, galleries, and universities.
Her Chicago debut/performance/mashup brings together a trio of meat packers and a 100-foot drawing with the intention to delight and confound.
From the archives of the Chicago Now Blog; by Candice Weber
From the archives of the Chicago Now blog; By Joyce Owens
Admission is free for Eliza Garth’s performance of John Cage’s masterpiece.
With the popularity of his paintings, Scott has translated his photorealism to new media, perfecting the arts of lithography, serigraphy, and giclée.
To borrow 1960’s parlance, it was a happening.