(painter, agitator, and co-founder of http://www.sharkforum.org
) slices and dices the Chicago art world. Ouch. Wesley gives us the skinny on being an artist in Chicago, who is ruining the Chicago art world, and what we can do to start turning it all around. The man is not afraid to name names and calls for the heads of many a Chicago Art world insider. Chicago, meet the "Shark." Lets hope we are not his foe.ALSO:
In theory, we will be in this week's Time Out Chicago!!!
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from 7-10pm (featuring a silent art and us auction and the musical stylings of Oh Charles!)
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New York Times
William "Bill" Conger
UIC, Art Dept
Northwestern Art Dept.
School of the Art Institute
Museum of Contemporary Art
Robbin Lockett Gallery: There are no links but She seems to have shown almost everyone conceptually driven examples include Chris Wool, Stephen Prina, Gaylen Gerber, Ken Lum, John Currin, James Casebere, and Hirsch Perlman. Duncan wonders if she could have really been that stupid. Whatever happened to her?
Howard and Donna Stone
The Whitney Museum of American Art
Project Artaud Theater
Art Basel Miami
Red Moon Theater
Chicago Art Project
William De Kooning
Alan Artner (article "The Fly Boys")
Kerry James Marshall
Alejandro Escovedo (Orchestra)
Leonardo Da Vinci
You Know it!
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