The Weekly Gallery Crawl: 2/10-2/13


Thursday 2/10 -
Columbia College Hokin Gallery - 623 S. Wabash Ave. Re:Collections: Collecting and Archiving as a Creative Practice. Reception 5-8pm.

threewalls - 119 N. Peoria #2C. Mindy Rose Schwartz: Artist Talk. Talk from 7-8pm.

for Contemporary African Art & Culture - 6200 S. Drexel Ave. Double
Expresso, Double Expression, work by Thulani Earnshaw. Reception 6-8pm.

Smart Museum of Art - 5550 S. Greenwood Ave. The Tragic Muse. Reception 5:30-7:30pm.

Friday 2/11 -
Beverly Arts Center - 2407 W. 111th St. Mindscapes, work by Andrius Plioplys. Reception 6-9pm.

Co-Prosperity Sphere - 3219 S. Morgan St. Lumpen 1995 Sex Issue Release Party. Reception begins at 7pm.

- 2351 N Milwaukee Ave, 2. The Warmth I Feel Is So Cold, work by
Lindsey Hook, Jessica Minckley and Amber Renaye. Reception 6-9pm.

Club - 1150 N. Damen Ave. Every Thing That Rises Must Converge, work by
Marzena Abrahamik, Andrea Bauer, Maral Hashemi, and Evan Jenkins.
Reception 6-10pm.

Iceberg Gallery - 7714 N Sheridan Road. Thundercrack! (1975), by Curt McDowell. Screening 6-8pm.

Chicago Photography Center - 3301 N Lincoln Ave. Iraqi Eyes Exhibit. reception 7-9pm.

Studio Within Salon and Spa - 3000 N. Sheffield Ave. DISCERNMENT, work by Angela Bryant. Reception 7-9pm.

Fine Arts Building - 410 S. Michigan. 2nd Friday Open Studios. Reception 4:30-9:30pm.

Chicago Arts District - Halsted btw 18th and 21st. 2nd FRIDAYS Gallery Night. Receptions 6-10pm.

Lillstreet Art Center - 4401 N. Ravenswood Ave. Chroma, work by Hiroe Hanazono and Mikey Walsh. Reception 6-9pm.

Las Manos Gallery - 5220 N. Clark St. Variations. Reception 7-10pm.

Judy Saslow Gallery - 300 W. Superior St. Jordan Scott. Reception 5-8pm.

Perimeter Gallery - 210 W. Superior St. Accolades to the East, work by Jay Strommen. Reception 5-8pm.

Saturday 2/12 -
Swimming Pool Project Space - 2858 w. Montrose. Breaking Up With Chicago. Show and sale from 2-8pm.

Block Museum of Art - 40 Arts Circle Dr. Block Cinema: Kitty. Screening 2-3:30pm.

Liz Long Gallery & Urban Art Retreat - 1957 S. Spaulding Ave. Women Artists. Reception 1-4pm

HungryMan Gallery
- 2135 N Rockwell St. A Coupling, work by Frank Piatek and Judith
Geichman; Dana Degiulio and Molly Zuckerman-Hartung; Samantha Bittman
and Mike Nudelman; and Amber Thomas and Josh Reames. Reception 6-11pm.

What It Is - 1155 S Lyman Ave. The Letter X, work by Lise Haller Baggesen. Reception 3-11pm.

Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture - 6500 S. Pulaski Rd. Kaunas Images, work by Peter and Solvei Stohl. Reception 7pm.

Robert Bills Contemporary - 222 N. Des Plaines St. Drawings: Nathan Vernau, Steven Frost, and Tiphanie Spencer. Reception 5-8pm.

The Hills Esthetic Center - 128 N. Campbell Ave., Unit G. Long Gone, work by Maren Miller. Reception 8-11pm.

Monique Meloche Gallery - 2154 W. Division St. Ebony G. Patterson. Reception 4-7pm.

Sunday 2/13 -
Art Institute of Chicago - 111 S. Michigan Ave. Contemporary Collecting: The Judith Neisser Collection. Show begins Sunday.

Roots & Culture - 1034 N Milwaukee Ave. New Acquisitions from the Video Data Bank 2011. Reception 7-11pm.

ACRE Projects - 1913 W. 17th St. Present, work by Jennifer Ray. Reception 4-8pm.

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art - 2320 W Chicago Ave. Selected Works from Bohdan Kowalsky Collection. Reception 1-4pm.

Thanks to Chicago Reader, Chicago Gallery News, On the Make,, Flavorpill, Artslant, Proximity Magazine, and CAR, for their art calendars which help me build this weekly list.

Filed under: Art Talk Chicago, Gallery Crawl

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