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The current January-April issue is out and around town, and we're delighted to have finally launched our new and improved website. Here you'll find more news than ever, more dynamic gallery and museum listings, improved online maps, valuable art services and resources, and more. You can still count on us for the latest Openings list, and we know you'll love the expanded events calendar, with events now sorted by category. 

We want this site to be your art guide wherever you go, so it's also very mobile-friendly. You can quickly access gallery info anytime from your desktop, tablet or phone. Enjoy the fresh start to the new year, stay warm, and we'll see you in the galleries!

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Art Openings This Week

Friday, April 18

Amuse 126 & Eden Leavy

Exhibition and Opening Reception — through

Galerie F


City in a Garden

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

Vale Craft Gallery


3rd Fridays

Opening Reception and Open Studio — 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Bridgeport Art Center

Spring & Summer Members Show

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Elmhurst Artists' Guild Gallery


3rd Fridays

Opening Reception and Open Studio — 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Zhou B Art Center


Boldly, We Go Blindly

Boldly, We Go Blindly, an exhibition of photographs by Adam Holtzman opens Saturday, April 5 at Alibi Fine Art

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Brewed in Belgium

Brewed in Belgium: The Collection of MADmusée - on view through April 26 at Intuit

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Home Truths

Home Truths: Photography and Motherhood at the Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP), April 18-July13

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Our Current Issue

CGN’s January-April 2014 print edition is available around the city in galleries, museums and art centers.

Pick up a copy around town, or read it digitally at Check out the latest Letter from the Publisher for some of this issue's news highlights. A dynamic collecting couple talks about their Chicago collection. We spoke with artist Juan Angel Chavez. Kevin Nance interviewed the Renaissance Society's first new director in 40 years. Edward Gorey's unmistakeable illustrations come to LUMA. Dealer Ann Nathan shared her thoughts on 30 + years in the art business. More news...

We are looking forward to welcoming the new antiques fair this spring - it's our issue's cover feature. Learn about the inaugural Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show...

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