Golden Day, a watercolor by Alexander Telalim, part of a show of his work closing Sat 9/12 at the Ukrainian National Museum, 2249 W. Superior, 312-421-8020.
Manila 2008, a photo by Tim Long, part of Daniel Burnham’s Enduring Vision for the Philippines, a show of his work on display through January 10 at City Gallery, 806 N. Michigan, 312-346-3278.
Safe as Houses: There’s No Place Like Home, by Katherine Harriott, part of the group show Cultural Memory: Transdiasporic Art Practices, opening tonight, 6-9 PM, at Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee, 312-738-0400.
Janus Pony, by Kim Laurel, part of Tandem Trouble, a show with Fletcher Hayes opening Fri 9/4, 7-10 PM, at Eyeporium, 1543 N. Milwaukee, 773-782-1744.
Anders Nilsen has been thinking about our screwed up health care system for a long time. In 2005 the artist watched his fiancee, Cheryl Weaver, also an artist, fight a losing a battle with Hodgkins disease without the benefit of health insurance, and nothing since then, including life with his new wife, has changed his […]
SEPTEMBER tuesday 9/8 Black Walnut 220 N. Aberdeen: Abstraction of Spirit Work by John Pugh, Deb Stewart, and Cynthia Lee. 9/8-10/1. Thu-Sat 1-7 PM, 312-286-2307. thursday 9/10 Columbia College Glass Curtain Gallery 1104 S. Wabash: RE:figure Work by Edna Dapo, Amber Hawk Swanson, Betsy Schneider, Stacia Yeapanis, and others. Reception Thu 9/10, 5-8 PM. 9/8-10/30. […]
Julius Caesar, a great gallery in a domestic space, tries to stay afloat with a weekend of free performances and screenings and a silent auction, September 26-27
Curators from the Smart and the Netherlands’ Van Abbemuseum trekked out to backwaters like Detroit and Kansas City to find out what sort of art those crazy middle Americans are up to; the resulting exhibit opens October 1 at the Smart.
Flashback, a collage by Laura Lein-Svencner, part of Closure, a group show on display at Black Walnut (220 N. Aberdeen) through 8/31.
Yo-Yo, a sculpture by W.K. Marhoefer, part of Mixed Company, a show of his work on display at the Architrouve (1433 W. Chicago) through 9/27.
Magic Square, a stone sculpture by Vasily Fedorouk, part of an exhibition with Olexander Dubovyk opening Sun 8/2, 2-5 PM, at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, 2320 W. Chicago, 773-227-5522.
Why did Neighborhood Housing of Chicago get a grant from the NEA?
Jiba Molei Anderson is a local, African-American comics artist whose collection The Horsemen: Divine Intervention will be issued as a trade paperback by Arcana Comics. He’ll publish a new comic, The Book of Olorun, on his own, and an exhibit of his work is set to open at The Silver Room.
The Reader’s Choice: Rowley Kennerk
The Reader’s Choice: Ryan Fenchel, Isak Applin, Lilli Carre