The Weekly Gallery Crawl (2/24-2/26)

2/24
Bucktown/North Milwaukee Corridor -
Believe Inn - 2043 N Winchester Ave. PLAY!, work by Anthony Lewellen, Brian Steckel, Chris Silva, David Cuesta & John Heenan, Chad Kouri, Laura Berger, and Luke Ramsey. Reception 6-10pm.

Firecat Projects - 2124 N. Damen Ave. Exploring Axis Mundi: The Still Point at the Center of the Turning Universe, work by Jason Brammer. Reception 7-10pm.

Murdertown - 2351 N. Milwaukee Ave. The Whitney Houston Biennial, work by Chris Bradley, Kara Clarke, Nicholas Cueva, Josh Dihle, T.J. Donovan, Chris Edwards, Ron Ewert, Andrew Falkowski, Sal Greens, Brian Hubble, Chinatsu Ikeda, Emre Kocagil, Eric Lebofsky, J.J. Manford, Michael Mallis, Daniel Mantilla, Josh Mather, Thao Phan Nguyen, Peter Park, Autumn Ramsey, Sophia Rauch, Tyson Reeder, Madeleine Reyna, Gil Riley, Mario Romano, Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Leif Sandberg, Adam Scott, William Sieruta, Corkey Sinks, Winslow Smith, Robert Thomson, Chris Toepfer, Allison Wade, Erin Washington, and Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. Reception 6-9pm.

River North -
Carl Hammer Gallery - 740 N. Wells St. Portraits, work by Joseph Seigenthaler. Reception 6-8pm.

Gallery KH - 311 W. Superior. New Work by Rick Stevens. Reception 5-8pm.

Gruen Galleries - 226 W. Superior. Resin Abstracts, work by Gian Garofalo. Reception 5-8pm.

Judy A Saslow Gallery - 300 W. Superior. Lucas, Lucas + Nedjar, work by Michel Nedjar, Loc Lucas and Stephanie Lucas. Reception 5-8pm.

Roy Boyd Gallery - 739 N. Wells. New Paintings by William Conger. Reception 5-8pm.

West Loop -
Alderman Exhibitions - 1138 W Randolph. Re-opening Celebration, work by Robert Heishman and Brendan Meara. Reception 7-10pm.

Packer Schopf Gallery - 942 W. Lake St. Camille Iemmolo, Dana DeAno, and Nancy Mladenoff. Reception 6-9pm.

Wicker Park/South Milwaukee Corridor -
65Grand - 1369 W. Grand Ave. The Long Cut. Reception 6-9pm.

2/25
Beverly -
Beverly Arts Center - 2407 W. 111th St. As They Like It. Reception 6-9pm.

Hyde Park -
Southside Hub of Production - 5638 S. Woodlawn Ave. Archive (Southside), by Dan Peterman; This House Is Not a Home. Reception 6-11pm.

Lincoln Park -
Floating World Gallery - 1925 N. Halsted St. Bright Lights, Big City: The Art of Modernism in Japanese Woodblock Prints. Reception 1-3pm.

Logan Square -
LAWN Gallery - 2823 N Albany LAWN. reseen, work by Seth Hunter. Reception 7-10pm.

Pilsen -
The Plaines Project - 1822 S Desplaines St. ▀░ ▒ ▓ A Night of Drone▒▒▀ ▄, work by Andrew Young, Drones of Dust (Bowl of Dust, The Humminbird), Bullet Hell, Gonzalez/McEvilly, and Sharp Tooth. Reception 9pm onward.

slow - 2153 W 21st St. Auntie Em’s Mobile Home, work by Maggie Haas and TJ Proechel. Reception 6-9pm.

Wicker Park/South Milwaukee Corridor -
DfbrL8r - 1136 N Milwaukee. Firsts and For Most: Day 1, work by Aundrea Frahm, Hannah Verrill and Matt Shalzi, Stephanie Acosta, Chun Shao, Daviel Shy, Sabri Reed. Reception 7:30-10:30pm.

LVL3 - 1542 N. Milwaukee Ave, 3rd Fl. Three Vertices, work by Alex Ebstein, Nathan Green, Clay Hickson, Samara Scott, and Kaylee Rae Wyant. Reception 6-10pm.

2/26
Hyde Park -
The Renaissance Society - 5811 S Ellis Ave. Frolic Architecture, work by David Grubbs and Susan Howe. Begins 7pm.

Loop -
Donald Young Gallery - 224 S. Michigan, Ste. 266. Robert Walser Symposium. Begins at 3pm.

Pilsen -
ACRE Projects - 1913 W 17th St. Almost Always Getting it Right, work by Kate Bowen. Reception 4-8pm.

Roxaboxen Exhibitions - 2130 W. 21st St. More or Less, work by Matt McWilliams. Reception 7-10pm.

Wicker Park/South Milwaukee Corridor -
DfbrL8r - 1136 N Milwaukee. Firsts and For Most, work by Moe Beitiks, Hillary Schonfield, Natalia Nicholson, Autumn Hays, Elena Tejada-Herrera, and Li-Hui Huang. Reception 7:30-10:30pm.

Filed under: Art Talk Chicago, Gallery Crawl

Tags: 65Grand, A Night of Drone, ACRE Projects, Adam Scott, Alderman Exhibitions, Alex Ebstein, Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Allison Wade, Almost Always Getting it Right, Andrew Falkowski, Andrew Young, Anthony Lewellen, Archive (Southside), As They Like It, Aundrea Frahm, Auntie Em’s Mobile Home, Autumn Hays, Autumn Ramsey, believe-inn, Beverly Arts Center, Brendan Meara, Brian Hubble, Brian Steckel, Bright Lights Big City, Bullet Hell, Camille Iemmolo, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chad Kouri, Chinatsu Ikeda, Chris Bradley, Chris Edwards, Chris Silva, Chris Toepfer, Chun Shao, Clay Hickson, Corkey Sinks, Dan Peterman, Dana DeAno, Daniel Mantilla, David Cuesta, David Grubbs, Daviel Shy, DfbrL8r, Donald Young Gallery, Drones of Dust (Bowl of Dust, Elena Tejada-Herrera, Emre Kocagil, Eric Lebofsky, Erin Washington, Exploring Axis Mundi: The Still Point at the Center of the Turning Universe, FireCat Projects, Firsts and For Most, Floating World Gallery, Frolic Architecture, Gallery KH, Gian Garofalo, Gil Riley, Gonzalez/McEvilly, Gruen Galleries, Hannah Verrill and Matt Shalzi, Hillary Schonfield, J.J. Manford, Jason Brammer, John Heenan, Joseph Seigenthaler, Josh Dihle, Josh Mather, Judy A. Saslow Gallery, Kara Clarke, Kate Bowen, Kaylee Rae Wyant, Laura Berger, LAWN Gallery, Leif Sandberg, Li-Hui Huang, Loc Lucas, Luke Ramsey, LVL3, Madeleine Reyna, Maggie Haas, Mario Romano, Matt McWilliams, Michael Mallis, Michel Nedjar, Moe Beitiks, Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, More or Less, Murdertown, Nancy Mladenoff, Natalia Nicholson, Nathan Green, Nicholas Cueva, Packer-Schopf Gallery, Peter Park, PLAY!, Portraits, reseen, Resin Abstracts, Rick Stevens, Robert Heishman, Robert Thomson, Robert Walser Symposium, Ron Ewert, Roxaboxen Exhibitions, Roy Boyd Gallery, Sabri Reed, Sal Greens, Samara Scott, Seth Hunter, Sharp Tooth, Slow, Sophia Rauch, Southside Hub of Production, Stephanie Acosta, Stephanie Lucas, Susan Howe, T.J. Donovan, Thao Phan Nguyen, The Art of Modernism in Japanese Woodblock Prints, The Humminbird), The Long Cut, The Plaines Project, The Renaissance Society, The Whitney Houston Biennial, This House Is Not a Home, Three Vertices, TJ Proechel, Tyson Reeder, William Conger, William Sieruta, Winslow Smith

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