Tag: ArtSlant

Forget "Forever Marilyn"-Chicago has Better

In the hubbub surrounding the installation of J. Seward Johnson’s Forever Marilyn, it’s important to remember that Chicago is home to much better art and artists. If you are checking out (pun intended) Forever Marilyn, you must visit Millennium Park.  As I expressed last night on WTTW’s “Chicago Tonight,” Millennium Park has public art that is... Read more »

Recommended Fall Season Art Openings

This Friday the new art season kicks off with a host of openings.  If you are feeling overwhelmed, don’t worry, I’ve got some suggestions for narrowing down the list. Also aiding the wondering gallery-goer is the return of the free “art trolley,” that will stop at locations in River North, West Loop and East Pilsen,... Read more »

Robyn Roulo Wraps Up Artropolis

This week on ArtSlant, writer Robyn Roulo reflects on her experience at Artropolis over the weekend and what she heard from other dealers there.  You can read Robyn on ArtSlant: Chicago.Robyn also writes about the Lazlo Moholy-Nagy exhibition at LUMA that ends this week and Thea Liberty Nichols reviews “Oaxaca Now” at Marwen, all this... Read more »

Reviews of Matt Stolle, Western Exhibitions

What do the indie band Grizzly Bear, the Tsavo Maneating tigers from the Field Museum, the tallest building in the world and Modernism all have in common?  They all are included in my reviews published in this week’s Gallery Hop on ArtSlant. Michael T. Rea’s “Tsavo Manhunters, Part 1” Image courtesy of Western Exhibitions. First,... Read more »