Category: Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning FTW

“What is this?,” you may ask. This is what you get when you Google search “quarter back fail”, which is what I, as a busy, freaked out figure of the Chi-town art world feel like right now. I have many of a commitment breathing down my throat, and yet I continue writing, in an attempt... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 3/25

by Stephanie Burke & Jeriah Hildwine Steph: It’s getting warmer, I swear it is. As I sit and begin this week’s MMQB, it’s sunny outside my office window. I know that it is, in reality, no more than 35 degrees outside, but the sunlight has the spring glow to it, that glow that instantly pulls... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 3/18/11-3/20/11

What a long weekend. We hoofed it like hell all over the city and saw some amazing stuff: Friday night we hit Corbett vs. Dempsey, Noble and Superior Projects, Sullivan Galleries, and Pentagon. Saturday we hit Studio 1020, Defibrillator, Monument 2, and Gallery Provocateur. Sunday was HPAC. Whew… S: Ok, so, first stop, CvD. John... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 3/11/2011

Another wonderful weekend of spending every night out looking at art…er…not so much. Friday night was a success, we saw lots of great stuff, made it to two extra exhibitions I needed to make it to on top of my listed plans, gave rides to two people (which always makes me happy when we’re driving),... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 03/03 to 03/06

Last weekend we adventured out Thursday and Friday nights, hitting Ken Saunders, Walsh, Linda Warren, and the MCA for the UBS 12×12… S: Ken Saunders had a special preview on Thursday for Seattle Reigns, featuring the work of Seattle glass artists Sonja Blomdahl, Judith La Scola, Debora Moore, Jenny Polhman, Sabrina Knowles, Ginny Ruffner, Lisabeth... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 2/25/11

by Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine S: Our first stop this weekend was Tony Wight Gallery, but we were lucky, in the process, in running into Meg Duguid, the purveyor of Clutch Gallery. Her featured artist, Sue Havens, had a painted sculptural work in Clutch called Hot Dots. This piece, we learned, was not the... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 2/18/11 - 2/19/11

by Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine Steph: This was our first super busy weekend in a while, and we actually managed to make it to almost everywhere we planned to go. Steph:  I started off Friday at Donald Young Gallery in the Loop, which featured the work of Jeanne Dunning. Dunning’s work, at least in... Read more »

The Weekly Gallery Crawl: 2/17-2/20

Thur. 2/17 –EVANSTON –Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art and Block Cinema – Northwestern University, 40 Arts Circle Drive. Grand Theft Auto, film by Ron Howard. Film begins at 7pm. Northwestern University – Kresge Hall Room 3-365, 1880 Campus Dr. Artist talk with Sergio Torres-Torres. Reception 5:30pm. MEDICAL DISTRICT –UIC Art Lounge – Student... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 2/11/11 - 2/12/11

Jeriah:  It was at Co-Prosperity School, and I had been drinking a lot of beer, so I may not have this exactly right, but I believe Paul Klein said, in regard to his art criticism:  “If I write that I liked something, that means it was okay.  If I write that I loved something, that... Read more »

Monday Morning Quarterback: 2/4/11 - 2/5/11

by Jeriah Hildwine and Stephanie Burke This weekend we braved the remnants of Snowzilla and checked out Fill in the Blank and LVLIII.  Read on for our thoughts, and don’t forget to check out the slideshow! Stephanie: Friday night, with the world still caught in the midst of snowmageddon, we ventured over to Fill In... Read more »