Tag: Byron Roche

An Interview With Byron Roche

Jeriah Hildwine and Byron Roche One year ago, Chicago art dealer Byron Roche announced that he would be closing his River North gallery space.  We interviewed him about the reasons for the closing, his history as a gallerist, and his future plans which include operating as a private art dealer, playing music, and putting together... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Saturday, January 30, 2010

by Jeriah Hildwine Saturday found us at Adam Ekberg’s artist talk at Thomas Robertello, and Byron Roche’s closing party.  There was Jim Beam, box wine, good art, and good people.  Check out the slideshow for the full scoop! Jeriah is an artist, educator, writer, and snack enthusiast.  You can see his work at www.jeriahhildwine.com, and... Read more »

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (01/29/10 - 01/31/10)

Hello Again! Time for another round of Where the F*#K are YOU going? This week we’ve got international dialogs, tasty snacks, artist talks, and gallery closings, and that’s just the beginning. Take a look… FRIDAY: Stop A: Noble & Superior Projects – 1418 W. Superior. M155 4m3r1c4, by Patrick Bobilin and Cara Anne Greene. Reception... Read more »

What, you weren't there? (#1)

by Stephanie Burke Well, I hope you all have had productive and art-filled weekends. If not, well, now you can at least live vicariously through my and Jeriah’s gallery crawling adventures. I give you the first installment of “What, you weren’t there?”, images from the gallery crawl: