Astute readers will notice a slight change in the name of the Snack Time Report. Don't worry, it's still about snacks! We've just changed the name a little so that people know that most of these snacks come from art galleries. New name, same great snacks! Like when Green Jello became Green Jelly.
This week's Snack Report is a special one: Patrick Bobilin and Cara Anne Greene's show "M155 4m3r1c4" at Noble and Superior projects bridges the gap between snacks and art. The snacks are art! The art is snacks! Well, some of it, anyway. It was awesome. Check out the slide show for the full scoop!
Saturday we're going to Thomas Robertello for Adam Ekberg's artist talk, Byron Roche for his closing (of the gallery!) reception, and Western Exhibitions for the opening reception of "Suitable Video." Sunday is Aspen Mays' artist talk at Hyde Park Art Center. Get out there and see some art!
Jeriah is an artist,
educator, writer, and snack enthusiast. You can see his work at www.jeriahhildwine.com, and read his columns at Art Talk Chicago and Chicago
Art Magazine. Jeriah lives
and works in Chicago, with his wife Stephanie
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