Palette & Palate at Madron Gallery
Above photo credits:
B & W: Installation of The Seven Lively Arts at Riccardo’s Restaurant and Gallery. Image courtesy of Film Police.
Installation of The Seven Lively Arts from Riccardo’s Restaurant and Gallery, on loan from the Estate of Seymor H. Persky. (Literature by Rudoph Weisenborn, Painting by Vincent D’Agostino, Drama (Mephistopheles) by Ivan Albright, Architecture by Aaron Bohrod, Sculpture by Malvin Marr Albright, Dance by Ric Riccardo, and Music, by William S. Schwartz). Image courtesy of Madron Gallery
Josh Moulton Fine Art Gallery
Josh Moulton – Selections of paintings currently on view.
Leslie Wolfe Gallery / Old Town Art Center
Sandra Holubow – Aspirations, 2022, 36″ x 24″, Acrylics on Canvas
Shel Howard Beugen – AoK, 2022, 40″ x 40″, Mixed Media with Rescued Objects
Connie Noyes – On The Horizon (triptych) Wax, oil, pastel & charcoal on paper
39 x 39″ unframed
45.5 x 45.5″ framed
Mary Rousseaux, Series 37 (diptych), 2022
Mary Rousseaux, Series 37 (diptych), 2022
Mixed Media on tar paper, 60 x 72″ unframed, 69.5 x 86″ framed
DePaul Art Museum
Krista Franklin – Out of Love But Maybe There’s Still Some Romance, 2019. Ink, watercolor, pencil, pen, and collage on handmade paper. Photo: Latitude.
Joiri Minaya, Container #7, 2020. 60 x 40 in. Courtesy of the artist
Roberto Montenegro, Retrato de un anticuario o Retrato de Chucho Reyes y autorretrato, 1926, oil on canvas, 102.5 x 102.5 cm, Colección Pérez Simón, Mexico.
Michiko Itatani, “Collection Sol III” painting from Celestial Maze 22-B-1, 2022, 78” x 96,” oil on canvas, courtesy of Michiko Itatani
Exhibiting:Life Cycles "Life Cycles" highlights artworks from DPAM's permanent collection in conversation with other contemporary Chicago artists. Here, the time of life no longer has a linear structure, but is a marvelous tangle where there is no beginning or end, death is not the opposite of life, nor the truth or fulfilment of it. The artists include Gertrude Abercrombie, Selva Aparicio, Andrea Carlson, Brendan Fernandes, Devin T. Mays, Ed Paschke, and many, many more!
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Exhibiting:The Resilience of Hope: New Work by Carrie Seid Gallery 1871 offers a diverse collection of artwork, knowledgeable staff and welcoming environment for both first-time buyers and seasoned collectors. The gallery has cultivated relationships with a wide range of artists who work in varied media and scale, enabling its staff to help clients find that perfect piece through a vast inventory, special commissions, rotating gallery exhibitions and first-class sourcing. 1871 N Clybourn | 773.755.8362 | https://www.chicagoartsource.com/our-story Tue-Fri: 10 am - 6 pm + Sat: 10 am - 5 pm
Exhibiting:Triad Triad: three artists, Baugher, Beugen, and Holubow; three dots on the map of Old Town are friends, colleagues, and neighbors—each with a unique history that gives shape to their individual vision—three different perceptions manifested in their art. The art speaks for itself, but the artists have something to say about their vision. Statements for each are presented separately at the exhibit. 1763 N North Park | 312.337.1938 | Tue-Fri: 10 am - 5 pm + Sat: 10 am - 1 pm Old Town Triangle Association » Coming Soon
Exhibiting:Madron Gallery presents Joseph Friebert: The Experimental Years.
Like many of his Social Realist contemporaries, Friebert had spent the early years of his career capturing the loneliness, despair, and struggles of war and the Depression. But in that transformative period of the late 1940s, and at the urging of his wife, artist Betsy Ritz Friebert (1910–1963), he decided to try something new. In the decade and change to follow, Friebert developed a style that quietly tested the border between the figurative and the abstract, a style that would go on to win him international attention in the form of a coveted spot in the 1956 Venice Biennale alongside some of the most successful American artists of the time, including Jackson Pollock, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Willem De Kooning. 1000 W North Ave | 312.640.1302 | https://www.madrongallery.com/ Mon-Fri: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm