Where the F*#K are YOU going? (or a list of some things opening this weekend in Chicago)

Ahoy my lovely readers!

It's that time again, time for me to harangue you with my weekend's worth of plans. This is just a provisional list, I plan on cramming in as much as a can, but this is where I'm going at the absolute minimum. Busy, busy, busy. Come take a walk with me, my busy little bees...



Stop A:

Stephen Daiter Gallery - 230 West Superior St. Martin Parr. Reception 5-8pm.

And I quote, "Parr's photographs tell stories of
the ordinary moments in our lives that we never would imagine could be worth
telling..." and makes it look pretty on to of that.

Stop B:

Instituto Cervantes - 31 W. Ohio St. Resilience, group show. Reception 6pm. 2/4-3/31.

Contemporary Latin American photography.

Stop C:

Museum of Contemporary Art - 220 E. Chicago Ave. UBS 12 x 12: Aspen Mays. Reception 6-10pm. 2/6-2/28.

Ever wanted to see every leaf on a tree, or every book about Einstein? Well, here's your chance.



Stop A:

Gallery 400 - 400 S. Peoria St. Workers from The Greenhouses of Hope at the Pacific Garden Mission. Come learn about WORMS AND DIRT!!! 2-5pm.

Ever wanted to know about vermicomposting? Doesn't matter, you should go regardless. This may be the best thing you do for yourself all weekend.

Stop B:

Andrew Rafacz - 835 W. Washington Blvd. Greg Stimac. Reception 4-7pm. 2/6-3/13.

Who knew dead bugs could be so friggin' beautiful?

Stop C:

Home Gallery - 1407 E. 54th St. Nows, work by Nathaniel Russell. Reception 6-9pm. 2/6-2/28.

Take a trip home with us, it's the best place to be.

Stop D:

Monument 2 Gallery - 2007 N. Point St. There's Always Someplace Else, work by Austin Eddy. Reception 6-9pm. 2/6-2/28.

Don't know what the work will look like, but a good place to end the night, regardless.

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