Posts tagged "Kasia Kay"

Monday Morning Quarterback: Friday 11/19

by Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine Ok, finally getting up to near the present. I’m writing this Sunday, the 21st, so these are the shows we went to two nights ago, and are freshest in my mind. This is going to be another weekend of only Friday openings, not for lack of great stuff Saturday... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, August 5th, 2010

Daisy Cutter, by Half Acre.  Apparently this beer was used during the Vietnam War to blast holes in the jungle canopy to clear landing zones for helicopters.
by Jeriah HildwinePhotos by Stephanie Burke   This snack report (yes, a few weeks overdue!) features a keg of beer at EbersMoore, cookies and soft drinks at Rotofugi, and both beer and snacks at Fill In The Blank.  Check out the slideshow to see it all! ebersmoore – 213 N Morgan St, 3C. The Big... Read more »

Where the F*#K are you going? (Friday 8/13)

by Jeriah Hildwine, filling in for Stephanie Burke Well, it’s Friday the 13th tomorrow, and Stephanie’s sick, so the auspices are not favorable.  But, it’s been almost three weeks since I’ve gone out on opening night, so I’m pretty overdue.  (Not counting an artist talk at Linda Warren by Lora Fosberg and Chris Cosnowski, which... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, February 19th

by Jeriah Hildwine This Friday, February 19th, we started off at Corbett vs. Dempsey for Wood & Water, work by Peter Brotzmann.  Then it was down to the West Loop for Rhona Hoffman, showing Art & Language, a group show, and an unplanned but very rewarding visit to Peter Miller.  We then headed over to... Read more »

Kim Curtis at Kasia Kay (and new address)

Review by Anna Rathman Curtis, Yellow Pond With a history that ranges from the Hudson River School to Claude Monet, contributing to landscape painting can seem a bit like reinventing the wheel. Kim Curtis’ Perception, her fourth show at Kasia Kay, combines elements from her forerunners with more contemporary art practices to make the genre... Read more »