Posts tagged "Aaron Delehanty"

The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (11/16-11/18)

11/16 – BRIDGEPORT - 33 Collective Gallery – 1029 W. 35th St. The Fish Bowl. Reception 7-10pm. Bridgeport Art Center – 1200 W. 35th St. 3rd Fridays Open Studios. Reception 6-10pm. Co-Prosperity Sphere – 3219 S Morgan St. Triangulation, work by Madeleine Bailey, David Barista, Daniel Bruce, Jenny Buffington, Stephanie Burke, Jessica Cochran, Deirdre Colgan,... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl (2/10-2/12)

2/10 GARFIELD PARK/WEST SIDE - Johalla Projects – 1821 W Hubbard St, Suite 110. Reasons to Cut Into the Earth, work by Heidi Norton. Reception 7-10pm. NEW CAPITAL – 3114 W. Carroll St. McPARLANE/Apocalypse in the Pleasure Garden. Reception 8-11pm LINCOLN PARK - Rotofugi Gallery – 2780 N. Lincoln. Jeremy Tinder and Steve Seeley. Reception... Read more »

The Weekend Gallery Crawl (1/13-1/15)

Fri 1/13 - Bridgeport - S&S Project Gallery – 3147 S. Morgan St. Scented Illusions. Reception 7-10pm. Elmhurst - Elmhurst Art Museum – 150 Cottage Hill Ave. Mr. Wild’s Garden, work by David Weinberg. Reception 6:30-8:30pm. Lincoln Park - DePaul University, Student Center – 2250 N. Sheffield Ave. Reconciliation: Reflection, work by Eric J. Garcia.... Read more »
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Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, January 9, 2011

by Jeriah Hildwine, photos by Stephanie Burke David Weinberg Gallery – 300 W. Superior St., #203. The Collective. Reception 5-8pm. David Weinberg, as usual, had red and white wine.  This is their last show as a gallery per se, but stay tuned for exhibitions of Weinberg’s own photography! Zg Gallery – 300 W. Superior St.... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: Friday 1/7/11

by Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine David Weinberg Gallery – 300 W. Superior St., #203. The Collective. Reception 5-8pm. Jeriah:  It’s sad to see David Weinberg closing his space, or I guess I should say re-purposing it; he’s closing the gallery as a business but will continue to operate his space for some of his... Read more »

Flesh and Bone

On Saturday, October 30th, FLESH and BONE: a macabre cocktail of aesthetics and horror, opened, ran, and closed, at the Hyde Park Art Center & Co-Prosperity Sphere. Since it was de-facto Halloween, and both venues are pretty far south from most other art venues and parties, a lot of people couldn’t make it to the... Read more »
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Where the F*#K are YOU going? (10/29 - 10/30)

Halloween! Sweet! Time to bust out that sexy potato and slutty shoe horn outfit! The highlight of this weekend is Flesh and Bone, a massive exhibition curated by myself, Jeriah Hildwine, and Annie Heckman. More on that in a minuet. Wanna know the full plan? Read on… Friday Night -  Even if I ain’t getting any of the... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback, October 8th & 9th

by Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine Hello again everyone! Jeriah and I are working our way back up to our previous levels of art viewing. We made it to three shows this weekend, but missed so many others. Hopefully we can make it to some of the venues we missed this weekend before the shows... Read more »

Snack Report Recap: 10/1, 10/9 & 10/10

FITB is a long-time Snack Report favorite; they always serve great snacks.  We had wine, hummus and pita, veggies, and dip.  I believe there may have also been chips and guacomole but it kept getting eaten up!  And there were grapes.  Thanks for all the snacks, guys!
by Jeriah Hildwine, photos by Stephanie Burke Architrouve – 1433 W. Chicago Ave. Leap of Faith, work by James Jankowiak. Reception 6-9pm. 10/1-11/19. Invisible Cities, at Work Studio, curated by Laura Elayne Miller, featuring work by Stephanie Bassos, Liene Bosquê, and Aaron Delehanty.  Opening Reception: Friday, October 8, 2010, 6-10pm;Gallery Hours: October 9 & 10,... Read more »
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Monday Morning Quarterback, July 9th and 10th, 2010

by Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine Friday Night – S: We started the night out at Packer Schopf Gallery. Aron really outdid himself this time, managing to hang four shows that complemented each other, without looking over hung. Upstaris was dominated by three artists: Catherine Jacobi, Nancy Bardawil and Casey Gunshel. Jacobi’s work occupied all... Read more »