Chicago Art Review


Weekend Preview – Midwestern Twerk Ethic by Steve Ruiz
October 29, 2009, 9:00 pm
Filed under: Chicago Art Preview

Going to do this quick and superficially, since I’m supposed to be out the door already. Quick note: the search term “Liu Bolin” is generating more hits for this website than anything other than “Chicago Art Review,” perhaps because his work looks so well on the tiny images of the internet. If you’re interested in the work, his show closes this Saturday at Schneider Gallery.

Yes Men @ Co-Prosperity Sphere

The very reason I need to run out the door, the two famous pranksters themselves will be appearing in our fair city and in our fair Bridgeport to premier their latest work and organize some kind of action to follow their latest film‘s premier at the Music Box Theater. The event begins tonight, Thursday, October 29th @ The Co-Prosperity Sphere,  3219 S Morgan St.

The Yes Men

Rob Carter @ ebersmoore

Video installation and photographs from Rob Carter; images depicting and exploring political structures within an urban setting. Show opens Friday, October 30th, 6-9 PM @ ebersmoore (formerly ebersb9), 213 N. Morgan, #3C.

Rob Carter, Stone on Stone

Rob Carter, Stone on Stone

 

Fall Undergraduate Exhibition @ SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries

Come see the exiting fall class from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago put on their closing exhibition. Over 50 graduates are showing, with a total cost to educate close to that of ten Tomahawk cruise missiles! Reception this Saturday, October 31st from 7-9 PM @ Sullivan Galleries33 South State Street, 7th floor.

Tomahawk Cruise Missile

Tomahawk Cruise Missile

Still digging for more events, so check back tomorrow to see if I’ve added or amended. Happy Halloween, see you at BOO HAUS.

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