This Snack Report covers the weekends of February 18th and 19th, and February 25th through 28th. Don’t forget to check out the slideshow for even more pictures from the openings!
Friday, Feb. 18th
– 325 W. Huron St. Repertoire, work by Marie Krane Bergman/Cream Co.,
Samantha Bittman, Fred Camper, Brendan Clenaghen, Dzine, Anoka Faruqee,
Jan Pieter Fokkens, Adam Fung, Josh Garber, Cheonae Kim, Jin Soo Kim,
Margie Livingston, David Lozano, Jim Lutes, Sara Mast, Amy Mayfield,
Elizabeth Newman, Ernesto Neto, Richard Notkin, Roxy Paine, Madeleine
Reyna, Rocio Rodriguez, Buzz Spector, Al Souza, Heidi Van Wieren, and
Glenn Wexler. Reception 5-8pm.
Packer Schopf Gallery – 942 W.
Lake St. Child’s Play, work by Thomas C. Jackson; Ruskin’s Nine: Bird
Compositions, work by Peggy Macnamara; Views From the International Park
System, work by Renee McGinnis. Reception 5-8pm.
Threewalls – 119 N. Peoria St., #2C. Subtitles 2, work inspired by Roald Dahl. Reception 6-8pm.
Antena – 1765 S Laflin St. Paint FX, work by Jon Rafman, Parker Ito, Micah Schippa, Tabor Robak and John Transue. Reception 6-10pm.
33 Collective Gallery – 1029 W. 35th St. Get Real, figurative realism. Reception 7-10pm.
Zhou Brothers Art Center – 1029 W. 35th. Third Friday Open Studios. Reception 7-10pm.
Co-Prosperity Sphere – 3219 S. Morgan St. The Annual Showcase of Emerging Typographic All-Stars. Reception 6pm-midnight.
Saturday, Feb. 19th
Roots and Culture –
1034 N. Milwaukee Ave. Instruments of Resurrection, work by Zachary
Cahill, Theaster Gates, Mathew Paul Jinks, Aspen Mays, and Cauleen
Smith. Reception 6-9pm.
Cleveland Dean Project Space – 1643 N Milwaukee. I HEARD HE’S AN A**HOLE. Reception 6-10pm.
Friday, February 25th
Tony Wight Gallery – 845 W. Washington Blvd. Josh Kolbo. Reception 6-8pm.
Exhibitions – 119 N. Peoria St., suite 2A. New Art From New Orleans,
work by Stephen Collier, Brian Guidry, and Rachel Jones. Reception
Tags: 2001: A Space Odyssey, 33 Collective, Adam Fung, America's Past Time, Amy Honchell, Amy Mayfield, Antena, ArtPulse, Aspen Mays, Beetlejuice animated series, Brian Guidry, Carolina Wheat, Carrie Gundersdorf, Casey Gunschel, Cauleen Smith, Cleveland Dean, Clutch Gallery, Co-Pro, Croatoan, Curtis Mann, Danielle Paz, David Lozano, Deborah Butterfield, Donald Young Gallery, Duncan Anderson, dzine, EbersMoore, Eli Borrowman, Elizabeth Chodos, FireCat Projects, Flowers, Get Real, Hokusai, Jaime, James and the Giant Peach, Jeanne Dunning, Jeff Wall, Jennifer Cronin, Jessie Mott, Jim Sorfleet, Josh Kolbo, Jospeh Stalin, Kanye West, Katrin Schnabl, Kavi Gupta, Kristina Sparks, Laura Letinsky, Lillstreet Art Center, Lynn Henderson, Mathew Paul Jinks, Matt Griffin, Melody Saraniti, Miguel Del Valle, Mosin Nagant carbine, New Art From New Orleans, Op Art, Packer Schopf, Painting FX, Rachel Jones, Rae Langes, Raymond Saunders, Renee McGinnis, Rhol Dahl, Roanoke Colony, Roots and Culture, Roxy Paine, Samantha Bittman, Shannon Faseler, souvenir dreamcatchers, Stephen Collier, Stephen Eichhorn, Steve Reinke, Studio 54, Subterranean Symmetry, Subtitles, Sue Havens, SweetDevil Red, Swimming Pool Project Space, The Couple, Theaster Gates, Thomas C. Jackson, ThreeWalls, ThreeWalls Solo, Tim Burton, Tony Tasset, Tony Wight Gallery, TYPEFORCE 2, Wallace and Grommit, Western Exhibitions, Zachary Cahill, Zardoz, Zhou Bros, Zolla/Liberman