Chicago Art Review


Weekend Preview – fraught with icy slipscapes by Steve Ruiz
January 14, 2010, 7:22 pm
Filed under: Chicago, Chicago Art Preview

Here’s whats up.

Armita Raafat @ threewalls

Armita Rafaat‘s work goes up this month at threewalls, covering the newly renovated space with Persian and Islamic arabesques falling and spreading and crumbling over and from the freshly built walls. Catch the show‘s opening reception is this Friday, January 15th from 6-9threewalls, 119 N. Peoria St.

Armita Raafat

Armita Raafat

Edelweiss Cardenas @ LivingRoom Gallery

Curated by Thea Liberty Nichols, this is a solo drawing and painting show from Edelweiss Cardenas titled Wanderers Wonder Where. Opens this Friday, January 15th, 6-9PM @ LivingRoom Gallery, 1530 W. Superior. As a bonus, and through the magic of online voicemail, here’s Edelweiss herself talking about the show:

Edelweiss Cardenas, No Fall in Sight

Edelweiss Cardenas, No Fall in Sight

Joseph Cassan @ Golden

Joseph Cassan’s essential sculptures will be on display this month at Golden, each a pointed construction made of common materials to make a kind of skinless realism. The show opens Friday, January 15th at 6 – 9 PM @ Golden, 816 W. Newport.

Joseph Cassan

Joseph Cassan

Bob Linder @ He Said-She Said

Britton Bertran helped curate this Bob Linder show at He Said-She Said, the dichotomous Oak Park exhibition space/neat stuff sharing center ran by Pamela Fraser and Randall Szott respectively. Linder’s work should fit right in, using a few different approaches to arrive at sentimental, alternative realities. Whatever it is, it opens this Saturday, January 16th, 6-8 PM @ He Said-She Said, 216 North Harvey Ave., Apt. 1, in Oak Park.

Bob Linder @ He Said-She Said

Bob Linder @ He Said-She Said

EXHIBITION 4.01162010 @ MVSEVM

Group show at MVSEVM this month, featuring the work of Karen Archey, Chris Bradley, Brian Dongarra, Dominic Paul Moore (the moore in ebersmoore), Montgomery Perry Smith, and David Schafer. Also featuring audio recordings from Japanese fluxus composers Toshi Ichiyanagi & Kuniharu Akiyama. Stacked list, I’d see it. The show opens this Saturday, January 16th, 6-10 PM @ MVSEVM, 1626 N. California Ave, #2.

Dominic Paul Moore, Rectangles

Dominic Paul Moore, Rectangles

Andreas Fischer @ Hyde Park Art Center / Gahlberg Gallery

Andreas Fischer’s two part Ghost Town exhibition kicks off this week with its first part, called Sunday Best, at Hyde Park Art Center, with a selection of painted portraits from old west tintype photographs opening Sunday, January 17th @ the Hyde Park Art Center. The second part, Original Location, opens this next Thursday the 21st at 6-8 PM, will be an exhibition of landscapes @ the Gahlberg Gallery in Glen Ellyn.

Andreas Fischer, Original Location

Andreas Fischer, Original Location

Also, the latest Proximity magazine comes out this weekend, with a release party Saturday, January 16th, 9-1 AM@ the Co-Prosperity Sphere. Its a really good issue, thick with contributions from everyone including myself. See you there or elsewhere.

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