Posts tagged "westloop"
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 »
by Jeriah Hildwine Saturday found us at Adam Ekberg’s artist talk at Thomas Robertello, and Byron Roche’s closing party. There was Jim Beam, box wine, good art, and good people. Check out the slideshow for the full scoop! Jeriah is an artist, educator, writer, and snack enthusiast. You can see his work at www.jeriahhildwine.com, and... Read more »
by Jeriah Hildwine What goes in, must come out. With all the free beer (despite Grolsch’s recent abandonment of the Chicago art scene) and wine at the openings, that’s a lot of urine being generated. And, it’s got to go someplace! We’re not all Andres Serrano, so it can’t all become art. We need bathrooms!... Read more »
This week’s snack report reads like an eight-year-old on a road trip: wine, wine, wine! Snacks were few and far between as was beer, but I must have put away at least a bottle’s worth of white and about half that worth of red. Your faithful snacker, checking out work by Gregory Jacobsen. We started... Read more »
A West Loop Potpurri: 522 words that will make you feel like you were thereBrilliance and wit by Natalie Edwards On one fall evening, year after year, Peoria street fills with Generation Google-Its in search of free booze and someone to flirt with. They ride the trolley to River North to feel alienated by the... Read more »