Pop-Up Art Galleries

03.18.10

As the economy continues on its downward spiral and more galleries are closing, artists in Chicago are finding new ways to exhibit work (like my friends at the (The (Con)Temporary Art Space) and now we are making national headlines. Read the article in What to Do With an Empty Storefront? A Makeshift Art Gallery by Kelly Kleiman for the Chicago News Cooperative in the New York Times.

Tiny Houses
Installation by Ania Greiner, 3 Card Molly
March 18th -  March 24th, 2010
Reception March 18th: 4:30-8:30pm
7:00pm Sound Performance by Joseph Kramer
The (Con)Temporary Art Space
208 S Wabash / Chicago

Take a peek at the lives of inhabitants and the transgressions they commit in the privacy of their little homes.

Ania is a performance and video artist who is fascinated with voyeurism, surveillance, architecture and dance. Since 2005 she has worked as one half of 3 Card Molly, an interdisciplinary group that explores history, technology, female strength and vulnerability through the media of performance and video. Their work has been shown at the Chicago Cultural Center, Link’s Hall, Millennium Park, and other venues in Chicago, Michigan and Canada.

PLUS: Check out a brand new selection of amazing publications from Europe!

AND!, Jordan Martns “Limits and Vectors: seismographic drawing” extended for through March 24th

This exhibition is a part of Chicago Loop Alliance’s Pop-Up Art Loop initiative

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