Hebru Brantley, a Chicago-based artist in residence at Lacuna Artist Lofts, on Friday will open "Brothers of the Robbing Hood," his third major solo s...
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Here we go again. With a very limited number of exceptions, most Chicago galleries open their fall season this weekend. This is the weekend those who usually don't make it to the Friday night openings get out and get seen.
On Friday, the Chicago Photography Center unveils their latest show: "I (Heart) Ink: A Photographic Exhibit of Tattoo Art."
Co-curated by Susan Aur...
Charles White justified my belief in art. He drew with great purpose and addressed the powerful issues of his time. An exhibit of a body of his work is showing now at N'Namdi.
Though ArtChicago is markedly better than last year it is not the blue chip show it once was. To me, that's a good thing.
More than just being a high-end show, there are galleries that haven't made the cut before that are presenting art worth seeing.
Despite his art being highly visible from Midway Airport to Jonquil Park, Chicago's treated Richard Hunt more as a token than a talent.
No doubt Mary Lou Zelazny is the best, insufficiently appreciated artist working in Chicago today.
A previous ArtLetter surveyed our readers and they graded the Cultural Center the highest. These shows will help you understand why.
It's safe to say that the exhibits I've just previewed are superior to what I had to choose from a month ago.
There are 4 exhibits opening over the next 3 days, in different parts of town, on vastly different themes, made out of significantly different materials and they are all damned good.
Dawoud Bey curated these conceptual photos and videos by Howard Henry Chen, Alan Cohen, Christine DiThomas and other artists, which examine our shifti...
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