Posts tagged "SAIC"

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 »

Bringing Themselves to the Big City: Artsplosia, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign MFA show, at Co-Prosperity Sphere

By Jeriah HildwinePhotographs by Stephanie Burke I first heard of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign back in late 2003, when I was  applying to graduate school.  A friend told me that it was a well-regarded program, well-ranked by the U.S. News and World Report rankings, and so it went onto the list of nineteen... Read more »

Where the F*#K are YOU going? (04/30/10 - 05/01/10)

by Jeriah Hildwine Well, Stephanie’s working on some other stuff and then coming in to do a presentation for my General Drawing class at Wright this afternoon, so I’m filling in for her to let you all know where the bleep we are going. “Pataphor” by Tara Strickstein. At NEXT, on the 7th Floor of... Read more »
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Chicago Gallery Snack Report: Friday, February 12th, 2010

by Jeriah Hildwine This Friday, February 12th, saw Steph and I at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries for “Picturing The Studio,” Spoke for a group show of repurposed hardwood flooring, Walsh Gallery for Michiko Itatani’s “Personal Codes,” Packer-Schopf Gallery for the book release of Jason Lahr’s “Words for Paintings,” and EbersMoore for ANTEXPAGNA by Ryan Travis Christian. ... Read more »

LG and GX at SAIC: Good art, student-style

by Monica LaBelle (Kathryn’s note: this review was written when the show was still open.) “Queen” from ‘Anatomy is Destiny’ It’s a little-known fact that anyone can access the tucked-away student galleries of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. And why might it be worth doing so? Because young artists are likely to find one... Read more »