The Weekend Gallery Crawl... (6/25 - 6/27)

From my beloved blog, The Gallery
Crawl and So Much More
, I bring you, once again, The Weekend Gallery
Crawl, the most comprehensive listing of weekend art openings in the
Chicago region of the internet. Enjoy... Friday 6/25 -


FugScreens Studios - 1735 N. Ashland Ave. The Fuggin' Summer Art Show 2010. Reception 7-11pm.


The Family Room - 1821 W. Hubbard St., #202. There, Now It Will Last Forever. Reception 7pm-12am. 6/25-7/9.


Northwestern University Dittmar Gallery - 1999 Campus Dr. Modern Groceries, work by Stephanie Dean. Reception 6-8pm. 6/24-8/11.


DOVA Temporary - 5228 S Harper Ave. New ëNí Lonelier Laze, work by Erik Wenzel. Reception 6-10pm. 6/25-7/24.


Loft 3a - 3036 N. Lincoln Ave. DAN MULLENS. Reception 7pm.


Floating World - 1925 N. Halsted St. What Bright Thread. Reception 6pm. 6/25-7/11.


Viaduct Theater - 3111 N. Western Ave. Dirty Show. Reception 8pm-130am. 6/25-6/26. NOT FREE.


Art Institute of Chicago - 111 S Michigan Ave. Selections from the Donna and Howard Stone Collection. 6/25-9/19.


Polish Museum of America - 984 N. Milwaukee Ave. Around The World in 36 Frames. Reception 7pm.


Antena - 1765 S Laflin St. Sangre, Sudor y Papeles: Artists examine the immigration issue, work by Saul Aguirre, Adriana Baltazar, Miguel Cortez, Salvador JimÈnez-Flores, Jaime Mendoza, Jenny Priego and Elvia Rodriguez-Ochoa. Reception 6-10pm. 6/25-7/24.

Chicago Urban Art Society - 2229 S. Halsted St. Ekphrastic Nexus: Visual Art and Creative Writing, discussion with Kathryn Born, Gene Tanta, Annie Heckman, and more. Talk at 6pm.

Temple Gallery - 1749 S. Halsted St. Jon Chamberlain: Hustle. Reception 5-8pm.


Arc Gallery - 832 W. Superior St., #204. The Chicago Bass Ensemble, work by Cheri Reif Naselli & Walking on Water, work by Wes Carson & Words' War II, work by Jinsoo Seo. Reception 6-9pm. 6/23-7/17.


Kasia Kay Gallery - 1044 W. Fulton St. Heart, group show. Reception 6-8pm.6/25-7/24.

Linda Warren Gallery - 1052 W. Fulton Mkt. Apocalypse, work by Chris Cosnowski & You Can't Fall Off the Floor, work by Lora Fosberg. Reception 6-9pm. 6/25-8/21.


Heaven Gallery - 1550 North Milwaukee, 2nd Floor. Painting With Peter, work by Peter Hoffman & INVINCIBLE, work by Dick Dermody.

Saturday 6/26 -


Swimming Pool Project Space - 2858 W Montrose. A Star for Roman Grey, work by Scott Ramon. Reception 7-10pm.


Second Bedroom - 3216 S. Morgan St. No Money No Pancakes, work by Ben Smith, Brad Rogers, Pete Suftin, Bart Jones, Rick Davenger, Chris Fetter, and more. Reception 7-11pm.


Johalla Projects - 1561 N. Milwaukee Ave. In A Plain Brown Wrapper. Reception 7-10pm. 6/26-7/3.


iceberg - 7714 N Sheridan Rd. Come Lontano (As If Far Away), film by Doug Ischar. Reception 6-9pm.


Art Zone Gallery and Cafe - 3238 N. Bryn Mawr Ave. In Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War, work by Sung Ho Kim and Ju Sung Kim. Reception 6-9pm. 6/26-7/25.


Corbett vs. Dempsey - 1120 N Ashland Ave. Ox-Bow Centennial: Historical Works. Reception 5-9pm. 6/26-8/20.

Roots and Culture - 1034 N. Milwaukee Ave. Ox-Bow Centennial: Contemporary Art. Reception 6-9pm. 6/26-7/31.


Museum of Contemporary Art - 220 E. Chicago Ave. Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art: Form, Balance, Joy. 6/26-10/17.

Sunday 6/27 -


Hyde Park Art Center - 5020 S. Cornell. Collection Date for The Peoples Gallery of Everyday Objects. Bring your stuff to add to the collection from 2-4pm.


The Suburban - 125 N Harvey Ave, Oak Park. Richard Roth and Hilary Wilder. Reception 2-4pm.

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