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Art Openings This Week

Friday, February 24

Derrick Adams: Tell Me Something Good

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 5:00pm - 7:30pm

Rhona Hoffman Gallery

Susan Hefuna: Cityscapes

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 5:00pm - 7:30pm

Rhona Hoffman Gallery

Kathy Weaver/Mary Porterfield: Morality Tales

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Firecat Projects

Saturday, February 25

Sean Gannon: TL Solien

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 4:00pm - 7:00pm

Paris London Hong Kong

Coil & Cloud

Exhibition and Opening Reception — through

Volume Gallery

Ryan Travis Christian: This Shit is for the Birdies

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Western Exhibitions

Geraldo de Barros

Opening Reception — 5:00pm - 8:00pm

DOCUMENT

S E R I O U S / play

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Matthew Rachman Gallery

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Randolph Street Market

Looking to start a new collection? At Randolph Street Market, you'll find vintage art, drawings, pottery, Americana and more.

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Free CGN Saturday Gallery Tours

Every Saturday CGN hosts a free gallery tour in the River North district. 

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The Golden Triangle

Focused exclusively on Asian antiques in its early years, The Golden Triangle has evolved into an 18,000 square foot global design resource. 

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New CGN in 2017

CGN’s new listings guide is out!

In early 2017 CGN launched a new chapter, with our first edition of the CGN Arts Guide. This comprehensive listings publication covers the visual arts in Chicago, the suburbs, as well as in neighboring Midwestern states of Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan. Look for the bright orange guide, featuring art by Carlos Rolón/Dzine, and pick up a copy from area galleries, museums, hotels, the Chicago Cultural Center, and more locations.

This summer and fall we will roll out expanded issues of Chicago Gallery News, featuring more news, features and interviews.

 

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