“Multiple Exposures” achieves in the gallery what Jane Fulton Alt’s photography critique group accomplishes behind closed doors.
by Emma Collins •
It’s Friday night, and a decidedly eclectic assortment of Chicagoans gather in the evening hours to traverse the Zhou B Art Center, sip beer, and mingle with fellow attendees.
by Sasha Tycko •
DaHuang and his brother Shan Zuo are collectively the Zhou Brothers of Bridgeport’s Zhou B Art Center.
by Osita Nwanevu •
Bridgeport’s 312 Vintage Guitars offers the South Side a new musical outpost.
by Meaghan Murphy •
Mario Gonzalez Jr. calls himself a “graffiti purist, hard core.” In his show “Style Bombing,” Gonzalez brings that artistry to the gallery, expertly walking the line between fine art and street art.
by John Gamino •
Hans Knapp has lived at the corner of 33rd and Halsted his entire life. Now, having graduated from DePaul with a math degree, he’s setting up shop just across the street. Joining him are two of his brothers, his friends, and…
by Celia Bever •
“I wanna be in an open relationship with you and life forever.” So begins the most recent exhibit at the Co-Prosperity Sphere.
by Zoe Kauder Nalebuff •
Nestled between vacant lots near the dead ends of 37th and May Street in Bridgeport is the Chicago Sustainable Manufacturing Center, a former paint warehouse that now houses various small-craft organizations.