Posts tagged "Elise Goldstein"

The Business of Beauty

    By Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine This year’s iteration of SOFA, Chicago’s fair of Sculptural Objects and Functional Art, ran from November 4th through 7th.  SOFA’s mission is “bridging the worlds of design, decorative and fine arts, showcasing the rich visual heritage of the decorative arts alongside new, innovative expressions. The works presented... Read more »

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (8/26-8/28)

Each weekend Jeriah Hildwine and I (Stephanie Burke) do our rounds of the Chicago art openings. We don’t make it to everything, we don’t try. Each week we pick where we’re planning on going, map it out, and head on our way. FRIDAY - Splay Work by Madeleine Baily, Steven Frost, Yasi Ghanbari, Elise Goldstein,... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl (8/26-8/28)

Friday 8/26 - Lillstreet Art Center – 4401 N. Ravenswood Ave. Lillstreet International Juried Exhibition. 6-8PM. Roxaboxen Exhibitions – 2130 W. 21st. Splay, work by Madeleine Baily, Steven Frost, Yasi Ghanbari, Elise Goldstein, Rachel Lowther, Ivan Lozano, Brian Maller, Alison Rhoades, Tessa Siddle, Fritz Welch, Syniva Whitney. 7-10PM. Fulton Street Collective – 2000 W. Fulton... Read more »
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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 »

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 »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, May 14th, 2010

by Jeriah Hildwine Steph and I were all excited to fly out to California for a week of camping in Yosemite.  We were set to take off first thing Saturday morning.  Steph was busy packing (for us both) but I decided to head out for one last night of art and snacks before we left.... Read more »
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Where the F*#K are YOU going? (04/30/10 - 05/01/10)

by Jeriah Hildwine Well, Stephanie’s working on some other stuff and then coming in to do a presentation for my General Drawing class at Wright this afternoon, so I’m filling in for her to let you all know where the bleep we are going. “Pataphor” by Tara Strickstein. At NEXT, on the 7th Floor of... Read more »

Artists of Italics, what else do you make?

by Stephanie Burke On one of the recent free Tuesdays at the MCA, I decided to drop in and check out Italics: Italian Art between Tradition and Revolution 1968-2008. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the show, which not only hung together well, but introduced me to many new artists, while reminding me... Read more »

Gregory Jacobsen at Zg Gallery

by Jeriah Hildwine Jeriah checking out “Prostrate,” new work by Gregory Jacobsen at Zg Gallery. This past friday, Gregory Jacobsen‘s show “Prostrate:  New Paintings and Works on Paper” opened this past Friday, January 8th, at Zg Gallery in River North.  Readers of my Snack Report may recall how excited I was by this.  Jacobsen has... Read more »
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Snack Time Report: Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

By Jeriah Hildwine I’m a lucky fellow, to know an artist like Osvaldo Budet.  After visiting him during his installation of his show and writing my preview, we hung out with a few of our friends and fellow artists (Elise Goldstein and a man friend of hers, plus my wife Stephanie Burke, and our collectively... Read more »