Oak Park, IL-based gallery, The Suburban, has a new book out documenting their first decade in existence. Featuring the work of well over 160 artists in a small space, they've been able to show a lot of interesting work that would otherwise never had an opportunity to be seen here. Artist Michelle Grabner, is one of the co-founders of The Suburban, and she will be part of a discussion being held tonight at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago along with critic Lane Relyea, and the MCA's new Chief Curator, Michael Darling. There will be a booksigning for Can I Come Over to Your House?: The First Ten Years of the Suburban after tonight's talk.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
220 E Chicago Ave
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Tickets are $10, $8 for members, and $6 for students