Matthew Rachman Gallery documents the architectural creations of Chicago’s ultimate outsider artist.
Snowtrekking at Northerly Island, pajama brunch at Carnivale, and more goings-on the weekend of 1/5-1/7
Atlanta-based artist Lonnie Holley, 66, has been playing music for decades, but for most of that time he never performed outside the privacy of his home.
Bud Billiken Parade, Northalsted Market Days, and more happenings from August 12-14.
Art collectors Gordon and Paula Addington have thousands of Walgreens artifacts in their Gold Coast high-rise.
Keith Sadler’s Uptown one-bedroom holds a gallery’s worth of outsider art and other oddities.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, August 5
Photographer Jeff Phillips used Facebook to track down a couple who created a mysterious cache of Kodachrome slides.
A report from artist Laura Shaeffer’s discussion with Kagan, whose collection of hand-built radios is on display at Intuit
What’s on the Agenda for Thursday, June 14, 2012
Gallery Provocateur 2125 N. Rockwell 773-661-2341 galleryprovocateur.org Runners-up Intuit Corbett vs. Dempsey
The Intuit show, dumped by Art Chicago, teams up with SOFA. But not everybody’s happy.
Beer sampling, food writing, dessert crawling, and more.
General admission to some Chicagoland museums is free tomorrow to guests who present a Museum Day pass.
The cigar-box guitar is undergoing a renaissance. In Chicago its most passionate proponent may be art teacher Diane Sutliff.