And where the f*#k am I going this weekend, you may be asking. Well, I'm going to try and make a long trot Friday night, a hope slightly complicated by my once again partially broken vehicle. I love having a car so that I can escape the city whenever and to where ever I please, but maintenance is a BITCH! As for Saturday, there is only one place I'm going, and that is my own show, down in Hyde Park. Are you interested? Read on...
B. Packer Schopf Gallery - 942 W. Lake St. Tradition & Reinvention: An Exhibition of Sacred, Profane, and Political Picture-Story Performance From the Ancient to the Post-Modern. Reception 5-8pm. 4/16-5/8.
C. Tony Wight Gallery - 845 W. Washington Blvd. In a Paperweight, work by Walead Beshty, Sebastiaan Bremer, Daniel Gordon, Tamar Halpern, Barbara Kasten, Sara VanDerBeek, and James Welling & Home for Hobo Too, work by Allison Schulnik. Reception 5-8pm. 4/16-5/15.
D. Peregrineprogram - 500 W. Cermak Rd., #727. Night Painting 1995-2010, work by Susanna Coffey. Reception 6-9pm. 4/16-5/7.
E. Tattoo Factory - 4441 N. Broadway. The Last Unicorn Art Show. Reception 7-11pm.
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