Posts tagged "Judy Saslow"

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 »

SOFA Chicago: 11/4/2011 to 11/6/2011

This weekend is SOFA, the Sculptural Objects and Functional Art fair at Navy Pier.  It serves as a counterpoint to Art Chicago, like the Summer and Winter Solstices of Chicago’s art world.  While Art Chicago includes Next (dedicated to emerging artists) and the Antiques Fair (self-explanitory) as well as the more blue chip Art Chicago... Read more »

The Red Dot Report (8/17/2010)

by Jeriah Hildwine and Stephanie Burke In this, the second installment of the Red Dot Report, we bring good news from Judy Saslow, Linda Warren, Rotofugi, and Ebersmoore.  Also in this issue are Jeriah’s responses to Lucas Deon Spivey‘s article, “The Red Dot Retort,” from his blog, Meaning In Art.  Spivey made some great points... Read more »
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Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, July 23rd and beyond!

by Jeriah HildwinePhotos by Stephanie Burke Stephanie had made some plans for Friday night, but what she didn’t know was that Ken Saunders was serving dirty martinis!  I can’t say no to a dirty martini, and so we were lured into River North. Dirty Martinis courtesy of Ken Saunders Gallery! I got a very nice... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback, July 23

by Jeriah Hildwine and Stephanie Burke S: First stop for the night was Ken Saunders. Lured by the promise of dirty martinis, we showed up right at 5pm. I think that glass art is one of those mediums that are often shrugged off by artists (myself included), relegated to “craft” status and told to stay... Read more »