The Weekly Gallery Crawl: 3/17-3/20

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St. Patric's Day begins this round of gallery crawling. And for the record, dying the river green doesn't count as art, it doesn't even count a clever, it's just gross and weird. As for what's opening this weekend...

3/17 Thur -
Golden Gallery - 3319 N. Broadway. David Malek. Reception 6-9pm.

Museum of Contemporary Photography - 600 S Michigan Ave. Unfold, work by Heather Ackroyd + Dan Harvey, Amy Balkin, David Buckland, Adriane Colburn, Sam Collins, Nick Edwards, Leslie Feist, Francesca Galeazzi, Nathan Gallagher, Marije de Haas, Robyn Hitchcock + KT Tunstall, Ian McEwan, Brenndan McGuire, Daro Montag, Michèle Noach, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Sunand Prasad, Tracey Rowledge, Lemn Sissay, Shiro Takatani, Clare Twomey and Chris Wainwright.

3/18 Fri -
Chicago Art Source Gallery - 1871 N. Clybourn Ave., 2nd fl. Double Take, work by Elise Morris, Pamela Staker, Eric Holubow, Jane Guthridge, and Connie Noyes. Reception 6-8pm.

Chicago Photography Center - 3301 N. Lincoln Ave. Mixing It Up, Historically, work by Ryan Zoghlin. Reception 7-9pm.  

Corbett vs. Dempsey - 1120 N. Ashland Ave., 3rd fl. Between the Eyes, work by John Sparagana. Reception 5-8pm.

Lillstreet Art Center - 4401 N. Ravenswood Ave. Earthly Delights, work by Robert Briscoe and Geoffrey Wheeler. Reception 6-9pm.

Noble & Superior Projects - 1418 W. Superior St. Post-Smithson, work by Isabelle Gougenheim, Emily Irvine, and Emilie Crewe. Reception 6-10pm.

Pentagon Gallery - 2655 W. Homer St. dichroma, work by Jason Smith, Caroline Carlsmith and Leo Kaplan. Reception 7-11pm.  

Perimeter Gallery - 210 W. Superior St. Keiko Hara. Reception 5-8pm.

Roxaboxen Exhibitions - 2130 W. 21st. Street Ventriloquist, work by Noah Furman. Reception 6-9pm.

Sullivan Galleries - 33 S. State St., 7th Fl. BFA Show. Reception 7-9pm.  

ThinkArt - 670 W. Hubbard St. An Infernal Beauty, work by Barbara Crane. Reception 5:30-9pm.

Zhou B Art Center - 1029 W. 35th St. Afro-Futurism: Impossible View, work by Hebru Brantley. Reception 6-10pm.

3/19 Sat -
Autumn Space - 1700 W Irving Park Rd. The Number of Things in it, work by Craig Butterworth. Reception 6-9pm.

Gallery Provocateur - 2125 N. Rockwell St. Frank Frazetta Tribute Exhibition. Reception 8pm-midnight.

Monument 2 - 2007 N Point. "You can never step into the same river twice", work by Limited Liability Company. Reception 7-10pm.

Prospectus Gallery - 1210 W. 18th St. Ancestral Traces, work by Mario Castillo. Reception 5-10pm.

Robert Bills Contemporary - 222 N. Desplaines St. Subconscious Thought, work by Tiphanie Spencer. Reception 5-8pm.

3/20 Sun -
ACRE Projects - 1913 W. 17th St. Wisconsin Dells, 53965, work by Jessica Bruah. Reception 4-8pm.

HungryMan Gallery - 2135 N. Rockwell. A Coupling, CLOSING RECEPTION. Reception 4-7pm.

Hyde Park Art Center - 5020 S. Cornell Ave. The Construction of a National Identity, work by Stephen Lapthisophon; It Is What It Isn't, work by Conrad Freiburg; Police and Thieves, work by Gusmano Cesaretti, the Los Angeles Poverty Department Collective, and Ray Noland. Reception 3-5pm.

Thanks to Chicago Reader, Chicago Gallery News, On the Make, Spaces.org, 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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