Posts tagged "Jeriah Hildwine"

The Weekly Gallery Crawl! (1/4/13-1/6/13)

1/4 - Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago - 220 E. Chicago Ave. First Fridays: Resolution (Fight Night Round 2), work by Joe Sepka, John Myers, Mary Ayling, Stephanie Burke, Jim Zimpel, Jake Myers, Jesse Avina, Michael Garcia, Jeriah Hildwine, Joseph Ravens, Yonder Vittles, Commodore Gilgamesh, Ryan T. Dunn, Lara Unnerstall, Ben Carney and Bill Connors.... Read more »

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! (9/28-9/30)

9/28 - The Charnel House – 3421 W. Fullerton Ave. Adoration of the Flesh, work by Stephanie Burke, Jeriah Hildwine, and Annie Heckman. Reception 6-9pm. Firecat Projects - 2124 N. Damen. The Flexible Plane of Immanence and Process of Becoming, work by James Jankowiak. Reception 7-10pm. Flat Iron Arts Building – 1579 N. Milwaukee. Coyote... Read more »
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The Weekly Gallery Crawl (5/4-5/6)

5/4 - Arc Gallery – 2156 N. Damen Ave. Bensenville, IL: O’Hare Airport Expansion Project, work by the Langolier Photo Collective; Opera Femmes Fatales, work by Esther Charbit; Points of Departure, work by Jane Stevens. Reception 6-9pm. Black Cloud Gallery – 1909 S. Halsted St. Natural Selection. Reception 7-10pm. Catherine Edelman Gallery – 300 W.... 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 (12/9-12/11)

12/9 BUCKTOWN/NORTH MILWAUKEE CORRIDOR - El Nandu – 2731 W. Fullerton Ave. Apolo Miranda. Reception 6-9pm. Tom Robinson Gallery – 2416 W. North Ave. Sculptures, Drawings, and Whales, work by Jim MacRoberts, Scott Gordon Wills, and Tom Robinson. Reception 5-9pm. HYDE PARK - SHoP – 5638 S. Woodlawn Ave. Red Flags Salon: John Preus and... Read more »
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The Weekly Gallery Crawl (11/18 - 11/20)

Friday 11/18 - 4Art Inc. Gallery – Zhou B. Art Center, 1029 W. 35th St., Ste. 403. BridgePort Art Walk. Reception 7-10pm A+D Gallery – 619 S. Wabash Ave. Art Directors Club Awards Exhibition. Reception 5-8pm. Co-Prosperity Sphere – 3219 South Morgan st. Level Eater 2, work by Ben Carney, Carl Baratta, Caroline Carlsmith, Daniel... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl (11/4-11/6)

Friday 11/4 Addington Gallery – 704 N. Wells. Michael Hoffman & Sandra Dawson. Reception 5-8pm. Alderman Exhibitions - 350 N. Ogden Ste. 400. Somewhere Between Right and Wrong There is Nothing Left, work by Matias Cuevas. Reception 6:30-10pm. Andrew Bae Gallery – 300 W. Superior St. Dokkebi and Other Tales, work by Leeah Joo. Reception... Read more »

Afterbirth of a Nation: Residual Effects of Racist Themes in American Popular Cinema

by Jeriah Hildwine We’ve come a long way since D.W. Griffith’s infamously racist 1915 depiction of the Civil War and Reconstruction in “Birth of a Nation,” but depictions of African Americans in Hollywood have not entirely escaped the shadow of the more overt racism of the past.  Several recent popular films provide clear evidence of... Read more »
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Leading Whores to Culture

by Jeriah Hildwine At a recent art writers salon dinner hosted by Tricia Van Eck at her still-in-the-works space 6018 NORTH (her new endeavor after leaving her position as the MCA’s chief curator), the group of us were posed some questions, and one in particularly proved thorny.  Things got heated, chaotic, and nasty, which is... Read more »