Posts tagged "Noble & Superior Projects"

The Weekly Gallery Crawl: 6/3-6/5

This week the intrepid gallery crawler bears upon his back the Capitoline Wolf, aka the Etruscan She-Wolf, a much (date) debated sculpture of a female wolf, who, with the later-added (15th C.) twin babies, Romulus and Remus, is known as a statued manifestation of the founding sons of Rome. And now, for the Gallery Crawl…... Read more »

Eric Fleischauer: Media Murdering Her Children

Eric Fleischauer: Media Murdering Her Children
by Jeriah Hildwine “Media. I think I have heard of her. Isn’t she the one who killed her children?” “Different woman,” said Mr. Nancy. “Same deal.” – Neil Gaiman, American Gods Eric Fleischauer is a Chicago artist who has recently exhibited his work at ThreeWalls, Hyde Park Art Center, Noble & Superior Projects, Pentagon, and... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report (3/18/11 - 3/26/11)

So we spent the night talking to Nick about the food, to Tony about his upcoming play (Station Lost, at the Steppenwolf this summer), and talked curatorial theory with some employees of a certain Chicago contemporary art museum.  And every few minutes Tony would order me to go eat more food, which I dutifully did until I was quite stuffed.  Tony joked earlier that he is "the heavyweight champ of snacks," and I think it's safe to say he's earned it.
by Jeriah HildwinePhotos by  Stephanie Burke The following are where we went these past two weekends.  Check out the slideshow for details on the snacks!  (A couple of galleries on this list aren’t in the slideshow either because they had no snacks, or we didn’t have any, or we forgot to take a picture, or... Read more »
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Where the F*#K are YOU going? (3/18-3/20)

Washington, show us the way to art glory!… Friday – Corbett vs. Dempsey – 1120 N. Ashland Ave., 3rd fl. Between the Eyes, work by John Sparagana. Reception 5-8pm. Noble & Superior Projects – 1418 W. Superior St. Post-Smithson, work by Isabelle Gougenheim, Emily Irvine, and Emilie Crewe. Reception 6-10pm. Pentagon Gallery – 2655 W.... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl: 3/17-3/20

St. Patric’s Day begins this round of gallery crawling. And for the record, dying the river green doesn’t count as art, it doesn’t even count a clever, it’s just gross and weird. As for what’s opening this weekend… 3/17 Thur – Golden Gallery – 3319 N. Broadway. David Malek. Reception 6-9pm. Museum of Contemporary Photography... Read more »

Where the F*#K are you going? (9/24 & 9/25)

Hello, hello, hello, my darling Chicago art kids. Kids, eh? you may say. Yes, you, me, them, we’re art kids. I must tell you all, I have been insanely busy lately. Last weekend was productive, went to Ohio and made some art. Jeep is making weird smells again, but I guess that’s what I get... Read more »
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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 »

The Weekend Gallery Crawl... (7/9-7/11)

From my beloved blog, The Gallery Crawl and So Much More, I bring you, once again, The Weekend Gallery Crawl, the most comprehensive listing of weekend art openings in the Chicago region of the internet. Enjoy… Friday 7/9 – EVANSTON – Block Museum of Art – 40 Arts Circle Dr. Land Without End, work by... Read more »

Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, June 4th, 2010

by Jeriah Hildwine, photos by Stephanie Burke Now with less art, and more snacks!  (For images and our thoughts on the artwork we saw at these openings, check out our last edition of Monday Morning Quarterback.) International Museum of Surgical Science – 1524 N. Lake Shore Dr. Chromatherapy, work by Patrick Ryoichi Nagatani & Yew... Read more »
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Monday Morning Quarterback, June 7th, 2010

by Jeriah Hildwine and Stephanie Burke Monday morning quarterback n. [informal] one who criticizes or passes judgment from a position of hindsight Now that we’ve rested up and nursed our hangovers from the weekend’s openings, we (Jeriah Hildwine and Stephanie Burke) present you with our ” judgment from a position of hindsight.” J:  I had... Read more »