Issue 3 of the Red Dot Report features a few sales we spotted on the opening night of the Fall gallery season. Check out the slide show!
These few examples surely represent only a tiny percentage of the
artworks recently sold in Chicago. The above examples are those which
we saw, in person, with red dots (or "sold" tags) next to them, on our
weekly gallery crawling adventure. In coming weeks we will continue
reporting this publicly-visible evidence of sales, as well as
information furnished to us by galleries.
If you represent a
gallery and would like to participate, please email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include any information you would like
listed, including an image of the work, the artist's name, your
gallery's name, year, size, medium, and (optionally) the wall or list
price. We respect the privacy of collectors, galleries, and artists
when it comes to any difference between the wall price and the actual
sale price. We respect the anonymity of collectors; however if a public
collection such as a museum acquires a piece and wishes to announce it,
we will gladly publish that information.
was born in Nevada City, CA in 1984. She received her BA in Studio Art
and Anthropology from Humboldt State University in 2007, and her MFA in
Photography from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009.
Currently she lives in Chicago with her husband Jeriah,
makes work, teaches, writes for Bad at Sports, is Editor-in-Chief of Art Talk Chicago, works as Managing Editor and Director of Operations at Chicago Art Magazine, as well as maintaining
her own blog, The Gallery Crawl and So Much More.
When not making, teaching, looking at, or writing about art, she enjoys
running around in the woods, drinking beer by bonfires, crazy quilting
and target shooting.
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