Posts tagged "Fill In The Blank Gallery"

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (7/22/11 & 7/23/11)

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (7/22/11 & 7/23/11)
Wondering where to go this weekend? Follow me, my darlings, follow me quietly… A. Habitual Growth at Fill in the Blank Gallery, from 7-11pm. B. Chromophobia Summer Reception at Chromopobia, from 6-10pm. C. Heaven Gallery turns 11 at Heaven Gallery, from 7-11pm. A. For a long time, all I could do was surrender at Spoke,... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl: 6/24-6/26

This week the intrepid gallery crawler bears upon his back Babies. Babies. No Babies. (armpit), a piece by Cameron Crawford. This Friday, Cameron Crawford’s exhibition of the same name will be opening at Edmund Chia’s space, peregrineprogram. Drop by between 5pm and 8pm to see the piece. And while you’re at it, why not stop... Read more »

An Interview With Mary Ayling

Mary Ayling is a sculptor working primarily in glass, and co-owner of Fill in the Blank Gallery in Ravenswood. Originally from Ohio, she now lives and works in Chicago. Ariel Radock is an art historian and writer for Fill In the Blank Gallery. In this interviewed Ayling discusses with Radock her personal art practice. Ariel... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, February 4 & Saturday, February 5

by Jeriah Hildwinephotos by Stephanie Burke This weekend was a pretty quiet one, but we did venture out to Fill in the Blank and LVLIII, for art, hanging with our homies, a couple of drinks, and to get our snack on. On Friday night, we didn’t have to go too far.  It’s a short walk... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 2/4/11 - 2/5/11

by Jeriah Hildwine and Stephanie Burke This weekend we braved the remnants of Snowzilla and checked out Fill in the Blank and LVLIII.  Read on for our thoughts, and don’t forget to check out the slideshow! Stephanie: Friday night, with the world still caught in the midst of snowmageddon, we ventured over to Fill In... Read more »

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (2/4 - 4/6)

There are many openings this weekend, and many I’d like to attend. However, given the snow-pocalypse, I don’t know if I’ll actually make it to any of them. So, this is my “hopeful” crawling plan. Friday, 2/4 – iceberg projects – 7714 N Sheridan Rd. Curt McDowell Screening Series. Screening begins at 6pm. Fill in... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl: 2/3-2/6

THURSDAY 2/3 –BRONZEVILLE –Gallery Guichard – 3521 S. King Dr. Profundity, work by Andre Guichard. Reception 6-9pm. LOOP –Art Institute of Chicago – 111 S. Michigan Ave. The Sausage Photographs, Questions, and A Quiet Afternoon, work by Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Show begins 2/3. An-My Lê, artist talk. Talk begins at 6pm. RIVER NORTH... 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 »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, July 9th

by Jeriah HildwinePhotos by Stephanie Burke Our beloved Jeep is in the shop with what we fear may be a blown head gasket, so although we had a lot of openings we wanted to go to, we had to pare the list down to what we could manage on bikes.  We took our bikes on... Read more »

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (Friday 7/9)

Another gripping installment in the ongoing saga of Where the F*#K are YOU going? We have lofty plans for this Friday, but unfortunately, I think our Jeep blew a head gasket. Land of lame. We (Jeriah and I) try and visit as many show as we can every week, to keep the pulse of the... Read more »