The Weekly Gallery Crawl (3/30-4/1)

3/30 -
Firecat Projects - 2124 N. Damen. You might live, but you won’t love, work by Mario Desa. Reception 7-10pm.

Gallery 400 - 400 S. Peoria St. Torch Song: 2012 UIC Art MFA Thesis Exhibition 2, work by Mark Aguhar, Sebastian Aguirre, Jon Chambers and Andrew Mausert-Mooney. Reception 5-8pm.

Kavi Gupta Gallery - 835 W. Washington Blvd. Midway, work by Ari Marcopoulos. Reception 5-8pm.

Las Manos Gallery - 5220 N. Clark St. Dystopia, work by Jason Hawk, Katsy Johnson, and others. Reception 7-10pm.

Logan Center Gallery - 915 East 60th St. Inaugurals, work by Catherine Sullivan and Company. Reception 5:30-8pm.

Murdertown Gallery - 2351 N. Milwaukee Ave. For the Wild Rabbit, curated by Christalena Hughmanick, work by SAIC MFA students. Reception 6-9pm.

3/31 -
Alibi Fine Art - 1966 W. Montrose. New Works by Justin Thomas Leonard. Reception 6-8pm.

Carrie Secrist Gallery - 835 W. Washington Blvd. Losing the Gloves, performance by Lady Rollins. Performance 2-4pm.

Hatch Projects - 2010 W. Pierce Ave. Power Lines, work by Angela Davis Fegan and Alexandra Lee (ATYL). Reception 6-9pm

Floating World Gallery - 1925 N. Halsted St. Work by Eliza Garth, Toko Shinoda, Yozo Hamaguchi. Reception 7-9:30pm.

Monique Meloche Gallery - 2154 W. Division St. Burning House, work by Carrie Schneider. Reception 4-7pm.

Packer Schopf Gallery - 942 W. Lake. New Works by Nancy Mladenoff; Camille Iemello: Secret Society; Dana DeAno: Field Dressing

slow - 2153 W 21st St. Escape Into the Briar Patch, work by Joan Goldin and Susannah Papish. Reception 6-9pm.

The Bike Room - 1109 W. North Shore Ave (Backyard). The Failure of Rational Thought, work by Christian Rieben. Reception 4-7pm.

4/1 -
Peanut Gallery - 1579 N. Milwaukee Ave. #345. Fool, work by David Sprecher. Reception 5-9pm.

PEREGRINEPROGRAM - 3311 W Carroll Ave. #119. Room for Views, work by David Salkin. Reception 3:30-5:30pm.

South Side Community Art Center - 3831 S. Michigan Ave. God's Mind, work by Andrius Kulikauskas. Reception 3-6pm.

University of Chicago, Joseph Regenstein Library - 1100 E. 57th St. Archetype and Adaptation, Early and modern Passover Haggadot. Reception 6:30pm.

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