Saturday, September 15, 2012

Bluetown Skateboards release party at Peanut Gallery

Bluetown Skateboard Co was founded in 1996 by skater Jesse Neuhaus in Chicago.  After some time away Jesse has brought Bluetown back with artists/skaters Jourdon Gullett, Stevie Dread, Graham Critch, Ryan Gray, Johnny Fonseca, and Timmy Johnson.  Tonight Saturday they're unleashing a new set of boards by Jourdon Gullett at Peanut Gallery.  

There'll also be a show of artwork by Jeremy Barbour, Erik DeBat, Nick Hennessey, Jackson Hennessey, Max Brown, Juan Chavez, John Herndon, Meghan Kelleher, Justice Leppanen, Nate Lyons, Nate Otto, Jay Moore, Greg Penrice, Chuy Rodriguez, Michael Ruta, David Snedden, Steve Snyder, Harlan Thompson, Joaquin Verges, and Rob Villanueva.

Bluetown Skateboard Co: Better Late Than Never
at Peanut Gallery
1000 N California
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Saturday, September 15, 2012
7 to 11pm

Friday, September 14, 2012

Chicago Meeting of Styles and the Eastern Sentral Pacific show

This weekend kicks off the 9th annual Meeting of Styles graffiti showcase in Chicago.  With several art shows planned and walls being painted in various locations there'll be plenty to check out.  This is part of a series of annual events originating in Germany and held in cities around the world.

Tonight Friday will be the closing reception for Zore's beautiful art show at the Zhou B. Art Center in Bridgeport.  Saturday will feature live painting of walls in Little Village and Englewood at 30th & Kedzie, 36th & Albany, and a massive 6 crew pair of walls at 59th & Western Aves by both Chicago artists and graffiti writers from across the country and Europe.

Saturday night will be the opening for the ESP - Eastern Sentral Pacific show at Maxwell Colette Gallery in West Town.  I'll have some photographs on display!  There are many artists involved with this show from Chicago as well as the east and west coasts.

More info and list of participating artists here.

Zore's closing reception is 
1029 W 35th St
Chicago, IL
Friday, September 14, 2012

The main walls on Saturday will be in two neighborhoods. In Little Village at Kedzie going south from 30th st, and nearby at the factory at 36th & Albany.  And the large crew walls will be at 59th St & Western Ave in Englewood.

908 N Ashland Ave (1blk north of Chicago Ave)
Chicago, IL
Opening reception is Saturday, September 14, 2012
6 to 10pm
On view through September 22, 2012

Afterimage at the DePaul Art Museum

The DePaul Art Museum opens Afterimage tonight Friday with paintings reflecting the influence of Chicago Imagist artists.  There'll be works by artists from that seminal period of Chicago art history including Roger Brown, Jim Nutt, Ed Paschke, and Christina Ramberg as well as contemporary artists like Lilli Carre, David Leggett, Joe Tallarico, and Chicago comics collective Trubble Club.  There'll also be a solo show by Ellen Lanyon on view.

at the DePaul Art Museum
935 W Fullerton (just east of the Fullerton Red Line CTA station)
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, September 14, 2012
5 to 7:30 pm
On view through November 18, 2012
Admission is free at all times and the museum is open seven days a week.

Hawkins/Hawkins: One Saw Everything, One Saw Nothing

Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art opens a show tonight Friday with work by self-taught artists Williams Hawkins (1895-1990) and Hawkins Bolden (1914-2005).  They both worked with simple found materials to create their artwork.  Tonight's reception is free and gives you an opportunity to check out the George Kagan radio show and the permanent Henry Darger room installation they have as well.

Williams Hawkins and Hawkins Bolden: Hawkins/Hawkins: One Saw Everything, One Saw Nothing
at Intuit
756 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL

Free opening reception: Friday, September 14, 2012
On view through January 5, 2013

Staple at the Believe Inn

Guest curator Michael Ruta, of Uprise, presents Staple at the Believe Inn in Bucktown.  20 artists were each give a kit of materials and three weeks to create artwork with it.  Artists Dave Snedden and Armani Howard will also present work.  It should be a fun time!

at the Believe Inn
2043 N Winchester (1blk north of Armitage/1blk east of Damen)
Chicago, IL

Opening reception Friday, September 14, 2012
6 to 10 pm
On view through September by appointment at 773.562.2270

Dia de los Muertos at the National Museum of Mexican Art

Tonight Friday kicks off the 26th annual Day of the Dead exhibition at the National Museum of Mexican Art in Pilsen.  This year's show is titled, Hanal Pixan, which means, "food for the soul" in a Mayan language.  There'll be a great variety of artwork and ofrendas and installations from artists from Mexico and the U.S.  Check out the list of featured artists here.

Dia de los Muertos
at the National Museum of Mexican Art
1852 W 19th St
Chicago, IL

Free opening reception: Friday, September 14, 2012
6 to 8:30 pm
The exhibition will be on view through December 16, 2012

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Erik "RISK" DeBat at Howard Street Gallery

Chicago artist Erik DeBat currently has a solo show up at Howard Street Gallery.  Tomorrow Thursday will be a reception for his work as well as the release of a limited edition "RISK" t-shirt by Grime Time.  

Erik has a long art history in Chicago going back to his roots in graffiti writing the name "RISK" in the 80's and 90's.  He's been creating contemporary work on canvas as well as drawings on paper and other installations for the past two decades, participating in shows at the Hyde Park Art Center, Firecat Projects, the Chicago Cultural Center, CISA Gallery, the Swope Art Museum, and other galleries.

Howard Street Gallery is a new space in Evanston located on Howard directly across the street from Chicago's northern border.  Specializing in street and contemporary art as well as outsider artists, Howard Street Gallery also carries books, prints, art supplies, paint by Belton and Montana, art and photo zines, as well as t-shirts and clothing by Grime Time and other Chicago artists.

Erik DeBat: True North
at Howard Street Gallery
747 Howard (1blk east of Ridge Blvd.  If you're coming by CTA it's 4 blks west of the Howard Red Line station)
Evanston, IL
Reception Thursday, September 12, 2012
Noon to 10pm
The show will be on view through September.

Doze Green in Chicago

Painter Doze Green has been in Chicago the past few weeks working on a block long mural just south of the Morse train station on the CTA's Red Line.  Here's an image of a small portion of it in progress last week...

This is part of the Mile of Murals project sponsored by the Rogers Park Business Alliance that began in 2007 with the goal of completing a mile of murals within 10 years.  LA artist Mear One will also be painting a wall around the corner from Doze Green's wall.  Doze's creative output began with his time with the Rock Steady Crew in NYC in the early 80's and he's continued with his beautiful paintings working out of his studio in northern California.

Here's a great glimpse at his creative process in the studio.  This video was completed for a show he had at Jonathan Levine gallery earlier this year.

Tonight Wednesday come meet Doze at a party for his mural at the Morseland.  There'll be live painting by Slang and Joel Maxime Jr as well as DJ sets by Mr. D., Tee-Bot, and X-Ray.

Doze Green mural reception
at Morseland
1218 W Morse
Chicago, IL

Wednesday, September 12, 2012
9pm till closing
21+ after 10pm

Friday, September 07, 2012

Chris Ware's Building Stories at Carl Hammer

Cartoonist Chris Ware has a new show of original drawings/cartoons opening tonight Friday at Carl Hammer Gallery in River North.  See how his work looks before colors are added.  You will be amazed at the linework and the depressing stories.  I guarantee.

Chris Ware: Building Stories
at Carl Hammer Gallery
740 N Wells
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, September 7, 2012
6 to 8 pm
On view through October 27, 2012

Friday, August 03, 2012

Jim Newberry at Saki

I've long enjoyed Jim Newberry's music photography for the Chicago Reader but he's also shot for numerous publications like Interview, the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Spin, the London Times, and more.  Tonight Friday, Saki Records in Logan Square will open a show of Jim's photographs.  With subjects ranging from Paul McCartney to Prince to the Insane Clown Posse, Jim always manages to capture a unique portrait of each artist.

Jim Newberry: Musicians
at Saki
3716 W Fullerton
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, August 3, 2012
7pm to 10pm
DJ Mike Bulington
Beverages by Cellar Rat
Food by Saki

Friday, July 20, 2012

2012 Printers' Ball

What can I say about this event that I haven't said before?  It's a celebration of Chicago's print community.  Magazines, poetry journals, zines, and more are represented and will be giving away free issues as well.  There'll be dj's from the Numero Group, as well as a whole buncha other performances and talks.  It's all free tonight Friday from 6 to 11 pm at Columbia College Chicago.  Full schedule at the link below...

The 8th Annual Chicago Printers' Ball
at Columbia College
1104 S Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL
Friday, July 20, 2012
6 to 11pm

Synchrodogs at Public Works

Ukrainian duo, Synchrodogs, will open a new photo show tonight Friday at Public Works Gallery in Wicker Park.  This will be their first major solo show in the US.  I've been impressed by every show I've seen at this space, this should be well worth checking out.

Synchrodogs at
Public Works Gallery
1539 N Damen Ave
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, July 20, 2012
7 to 10pm
On view through August 31, 2012

Galerie F opening

Tonight Friday is the long awaited opening of Galerie F.  A new studio and gallery space in Logan Square devoted to screenprinting, street art and more.  Curator and screenprinter Billy Craven is opening this spot along with a few more screenprinting partners.  They've lined up a great set of artists for tonight and will have a lot of original art and exclusive prints in stock.  Their first show is titled, Send Me Your Pigeons, and will have work by John Vogl of Bungaloo, Landland, and Casey Burns.

Print by Ryan Duggan of Drug Factory Press
Send Me Your Pigeons at Galerie F
2381 N Milwaukee Ave (just south of Fullerton)
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, July 20, 2012
6 to 10 pm

Thursday, July 19, 2012

New issues of Of Note!

Philadelphia artist/printmaker Alex Lukas runs Cantab Publishing, an independent concern that puts out artist books and zines.  One of the projects he's been working on is Of Note, a series of zines documenting the imprint of humans on the built environment.  Each issue concentrates on a specific topic documented by b/w photographs and is composed of an 11" x 17" sheet folded over into quarters.  Past issues have included ones focusing on scribed names on a large plant, paintings of shoes on a storefront in Miami, and graffiti on rocks. 

Alex has just released a new round of issues and is offering them for free through his site for the cost of shipping ($2.00) or you can send him a self-addressed postage paid 6"x9" envelope with $2.00 in postage.  Issue #10 features images of tags done with lighters, #11 pictures "poorly blocked stairways", and #12 presents photos of hand painted couches.

I highly recommend ordering these.  The topics he concentrates on are the same type of subject matter I enjoy photographing and it's really interesting to see them presented in these tightly focused issues.  The spot color on the covers is screenprinted by Alex and each issue is printed in an edition of 150.

Emmy Star Brown for Sharpie

I was happy to see that my friend Emmy Star Brown and her work was chosen for a Sharpie marker commercial.  She's been making great work painting on vintage windows, among other materials, for a while now.  The ad was beautifully filmed...

Friday, July 13, 2012

Fun time at Intuit

One of my all time favorite artists, Karl Wirsum, curated a selection of art from the collection of Intuit opening tonight Friday.  Seeing their collection through his curatorial eye should make for an appealing show. 

There'll also be a show of over 50 hand built radios and drawings by self-taught artist George Kagan. 

If you've never been to Intuit, tonight would be an excellent time to go.  They also have a permanent installation of a recreation of outsider artist Henry Darger's one-room apartment, which was salvaged several years ago.  It contains many items from his studio including his original art supplies, fireplace mantel, photos, and artwork.

Karl Wirsum Eyeballs the Intuit Collection
and Ex-Static: George Kagan's Radios
at Intuit
756 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL

Free opening reception: Friday, July 13, 2012
$5 admission all other times.
The Wirsum curated show will be on view through September 1, 2012 and George Kagan's show will be on view through January 5, 2013.

Time and Materials

In Limbo by James Jankowiak, 2012

Manifold presents a group show opening tonight Friday featuring work by James Jankowiak, Merkled Studio, Bridgette Buckley Studio, and Manifold.

at Manifold
4426 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, July 13, 2012
6 to 9pm
On view through October 5, 2012

Friday, July 06, 2012

Art from Chicago's Streets at the Harold Washington Library Center

I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to curate a street art show for the Chicago Public Library downtown.  There are several exhibit cases with examples of street art (stickers, drawings, paintings, and stencils) by 40 Chicago artists including Saro, Goons, Cosbe, the Viking, You Are Beautiful, Nick Adam, Klepto, Pooper, Clam Nation, Radah, Don't Fret, Left Hand Wave, Rejoice and more.

There are two cases with 25 Chicago graffiti magazines and zines from the past 20 years including issues of Chicago Rocks, Volume 1, Caught in the Middle, Grime Time, Pound the Pavement, Crime Pays, Fly Paper, and Klip Art. This is a preview of a larger Chicago graffiti magazine show I'm working on for the next year.
The main portion of the show is a 20-foot wide exhibition case by Chicago street artists Nice-One and Brooks Golden.  Incorporating members of DIPSTK (a fictional heavy metal band that Brooks created), this installation features the band backstage after a concert sleeping off a sugar high while giving privy to their dreams.  Brooks and Nice-One did a phenomenal job creating the iconic work that fills this huge case.

Here's a preview video of Nice-One and Brooks Golden at work shot by Andrew Roddewig... 

Art From Chicago's Streets: Featuring a Large-Scale Installation, Unauthorized Objects, and Graffiti Magazines
at the Chicago Public Library's Harold Washington Library Center
400 S State St
Visual and Performing Arts Department 
8th floor
Chicago, IL

On view through August 10, 2012

***There'll be an artist talk about the installation featuring Nice-One and Brooks Golden on Saturday, July 7, 2012 at 2 pm in the Art Dept's Reference Room.  The first 50 guests at the talk will receive a copy of Golden's DIPSTK zine, Rocket Mega-Zine issue 2...

Stacey Rozich at CUAS

Seattle artist/illustrator Stacey Rozich has a beautiful show opening tonight at the Chicago Urban Art Society in Pilsen.  In addition to the numerous watercolor and gouache on paper paintings in the show, Stacey also painted a large scale mural in the space.
Here's a preview video shot during installation this past week...

Stacey Rozich: This Must Be the Place
at the Chicago Urban Art Society
600 W Cermak Rd
Unit 1B
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, July 6, 2012
7pm to midnight
On view through August 4, 2012

Now is the Time - at the Believe Inn

Bucktown's Believe Inn hosts another amazingly varied group show tonight Friday.  Continuing their practice of presenting an entirely different set of great artists for each show, Now is the Time will feature paintings and installations by Uriel Correa (pictured above), Geoffry Smalley, Rob Funderburk, Gabe Lanza, tattoo artist Frog, Damion Silver, Christopher Allman, Luke Pelletier, Hao Ni, Kane One, Chad Davis, and Emmett Kerrigan.

Now is the Time
at the Believe Inn
2043 N Winchester
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, July 6, 2012
6 to 10 pm
On view through August 4th by appt at 773-562-2270

Thursday, July 05, 2012

Ricky Powell at Klughaus

If you're in NYC this weekend I would recommend checking out, "Oh No He Didn't!", a show of photographs by Ricky Powell.  Known for his street shots taken in the 80's and 90's, as well as his portraits of iconic New Yorkers like Andy Warhol and the Beastie Boys, this show will include both classic shots by Ricky as well as never before seen images.

Ricky Powell: Oh No He Didn't!
at Klughaus Gallery
47 Monroe St
New York City, NY

Opening reception: Friday, July 6, 2012
6 to 10pm

Friday, June 22, 2012

Southern Soul Spinners at Soul Summit

The always fun dance party, Soul Summit, presents guests DJ's Southern Soul Spinners tonight at the Double Door in Wicker Park.  This free show will be a great way to end the night.  I've never been disappointed with the Soul Summit shows. They play amazing soul and dance music from all over.

Southern Soul Spinners 
at the Soul Summit
along with Soul Summit DJ's Dave Mata, Sloppy White, and Duke Grip
Double Door 
1572 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL

Friday, June 22, 2012
9pm till 2am

MIrth • Delight • Awe

The Co-Prosperity Sphere in Bridgeport presents a group show curated by Dorman + Torluemke opening tonight Friday.  There'll be work by Gregg Hertzlieb, Nick Black, Gordon Ligocki, John Kramer, Eric Tucker, and Jon Merritt.  Full info on the artists and their work is posted here.  Dorman + Torluemke have participated in the area art scene for years in various capacities and have an excellent eye for great work.  This should be an excellent show.

3219 S Morgan St
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, June 22, 2012
6 to 9pm
On view Fridays 4-7pm, and Saturdays noon-4pm through July 7th, 2012

Juan Angel Chavez and Glenn Goldberg at Linda Warren Projects

Sculptor Juan Angel Chavez and painter Glenn Goldberg have shows opening tonight at Linda Warren Projects in the West Loop.  Chavez will be presenting, "Gone", a series  using raw materials from a 19th century Indiana barn that was shot at and burned.  I've viewed many his installations over the years, including ones at the Hyde Park Art Center, the new DePaul Art Museum, and the National Museum of Mexican Art.  They all had in  common the use of found materials and signs but were all put together in vastly different ways.  Even though his work is referred to as sculpture, you can enter many of his installations and activate different storylines as you experience the work.

Goldberg will be showing paintings exploring patterns and beautiful visual imagery touching on mandalas and tantric energy.

Juan Angel Chavez: Gone
Glenn Goldberg: Fables and Other Places
327 N Aberdeen
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, June 22, 2012
6 to 9pm
On view through August 18, 2012

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Matthew Hoffman at Beauty and Brawn

Matthew Hoffman is a man of many talents.  With work ranging from installations, the positive "You Are Beautiful" campagin, drawings and more, his work never ceases to amaze.  One of the projects Matthew has been working on is text based work cut out of wood and paper with a jigsaw.  Tonight Saturday he will be showing 100 different handcut 8 1/2" x 11" "prints'.  Each will be in an edition of 50, which equals 1,000 prints total.    This should be a really fun show.

Matthew Hoffman: Connect or Dialogue Trying
at Beauty & Brawn
Art Gallery and Think Space
3501 W Fullerton
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Saturday, June 16, 2012

CAKE - The Chicago Alternative Comics Expo

Today Saturday is the kickoff for CAKE - The Chicago Alternative Comics Expo.  Nearly two years in the planning, this comics festival will feature work by nearly 200 exhibitors from around the country and Canada.  There's an excellent lineup of special guests and for the panels as well.  More info and schedules at their site.

I love the poster design for CAKE as well.  Chicago artist Laura Park drew it featuring city animals, including roaches rowing the barge and a mayoral rat holding up a wild onion, which is where the word "Chicago" comes from.

CAKE - The Chicago Alternative Comics Expo
at Columbia College
1104 S Wabash
Chicago, IL

Saturday and Sunday, June 16 and 17, 2012
11am to 6pm 
*Free Admission*

Monday, June 11, 2012

The Chicago Design Museum

A large pop-up art space titled the Chicago Design Museum will be open all this month.  Tonight Monday will be an opening reception featuring 5 shows within their space in Humboldt Park. 

One the shows there I'm looking forward to is Fresh Produced: Exploring the Craft of Handpainted Signage, which will focus on reinterpretations of the kind of large scale handpainted paper signs you see in the windows of grocery stores.  More info on all five shows is posted here.  The space will also feature a store called Ignorance & Ambition.

The Chicago Design Museum
700 N Sacramento #201
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Monday, June 11, 2012
7 to 11 pm
$10 suggested donation
On view through the end of June, 2012

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Northern Soul

Chicago MC, Robust, has a new music video out this week titled, Northern Soul. Filmed on the north side of Chicago in the heavily diverse Albany Park neighborhood, the video features Robust in iconic spots throughout the area.  Filmed by German video director Arvid Wuensch, the track was produced by Galapagos 4 label-mate Meaty Ogre and includes cuts by DJ ALO.  This is a preview to Robust's new album, Fillin in the Potholes, which is coming out later this year.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Feels so right

Brand spanking new Chicago R&B/funk record label, Cherries Records, released their inaugural 7" vinyl single this past week. Featuring two tracks, Feels So Right and Love's Gone Wrong by Cermakk and Doug Shorts, this record is limited to 300 copies and is now nearly sold out.  A few more copies have just been restocked at Dusty Groove America/Chicago.  There may also still be some left at People's Records/Detroit, Friends of Sound/Austin, Doc's Records/Fort Worth, Revolver/Phoenix, Phonica Records/London, or Soul Palladium/France.

Cherries is the love child between DJ/producers Andrew Brearley and Sheila Hernando, better known as Meaty Ogre and Shred One.  They have more releases in store for 2012.  I can't wait.

Friday, May 11, 2012


The M. Collective presents a group show tomorrow night Saturday at OhNo!Doom Gallery in Wicker Park.  Featuring work by Matthew Ryan Sharp, Brent Nolasco, Tyler Coey, and Yosiell Lorenzo.

at OhNo!Doom Gallery
1800 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Saturday, May 12, 2012
6 to 10 pm
On view through June 7, 2012


The Chicago Urban Art Society in Pilsen opens their highly anticipated collage art show tonight Friday.  The preview images look phenomenal, I highly recommend this show.

at the Chicago Urban Art Society
600 W Cermak Rd
Unit 1B
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, May 11, 2012
On view through June 16, 2012

Saturday, May 05, 2012

Graveyard at Terraformer

Terraformer is an empty lot in Bridgeport that has the type of hidden history that usually only neighborhood residents know.  The scene of a drive-by shooting at one point, the former house on that lot burned down and a demolition worker died after the collapse of the resulting wreckage.  Graveyard is a show that will be on view this Sunday and will feature cemetery markers and other related work by 21 artists including Tim Pigott, Edra Soto, Jourdon Gullett, Jim Zimpel, Anna Reich, Miguel Cortez, Jason Lazarus, Alex Bradley Cohen, and more listed below...
3216 S Morgan St
enter through the gangway
Chicago, IL

On view Sunday, May 6, 2012
4 to 8pm

Positive Reinforcement

Peanut Gallery presents a multi-media group show opening this Sunday.  More info and full list of artists here.

Positive Reinforcement
at Peanut Gallery
1000 N California
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Sunday, May 6, 2012
5 to 9pm
On view through May 29, 2012

Cosmic Debris

Sarah Belknap and Joseph Belknap unveil what sounds to be a fantastic show later this afternoon at Logan Square's Comfort Station.  The main focus of their show will be an outdoor installation titled, Almost Planets.  Over a thousand foam rocks will be attached to thin metal rods in the park outside of Comfort Station.  These will sway in the wind and simulate a meteor shower.  Parts of the meteor installation will spill into Comfort Station, which will also feature photographs.

Sarah Belknap and Joseph Belknap: Cosmic Debris
at Comfort Station
2579 N Milwaukee Ave (across from the Logan Square eagle monument going east)
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Saturday, May 5, 2012
3:30 pm
Comfort Station is open on Sundays from 11am to 3pm
and Cosmic Debris will be on view through May 27, 2012

Friday, May 04, 2012

Dock 6 Design and Art Series #3

I was luckily enough to get to curate the art portion of this furniture and art show opening tonight at the massive 30,000 sq foot Dock 6 studio.  There's going to be a wide range of work and installations by 17 artists and 7 furniture designers.  

Dock 6 partners Carson Maddox Studios, Zakrose, -ism furniture, Navillus Woodworks, SAP Design, Thomeworks, and Lagomorph Design will feature work in their open studio space as well as on a 60 foot long catwalk down the center of the warehouse.

Painting on wood panel by James Jankowiak
Artists Jo Dery, Chris Kerr, Tom Torluemke, Sabina Ott, Ghetto Po, Jim Zimpel, Ryan Duggan, Angel Harrold, Russ White, James Jankowiak, M. Tuteur, Russ White, Phoebe Fisher, Taylor Hokanson, Uriel Correa, Jourdon Gullett, and Anna Reich will have photographs, sculptures, paintings, and video installations on display.  It should be a fun time!  

Dock 6 Design and Art Series #3
4200 W Diversey 
Entrance in the rear, 1 blk north of Diversey
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday May 4, 2012
6pm to midnight
Tonight's reception will feature an electronic music performance as well as food by the E-Dogz Food Truck and Jo Snow.

This show will also be open Saturday May 5, 2012 from 11am to 4pm