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Art Openings This Week

Friday, June 23

Bold Disobedience

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

Weinberg/Newton Gallery

Black Light

Exhibition and Opening Reception — through

Gallery 400

Make Room

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

Gallery 400

Stay alive

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

Chicago Artists Coalition (CAC)

Of Memories and Forgetfulness

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

Chicago Artists Coalition (CAC)

Fran Lee & Anna Gross: Mysterious Friends

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

Firecat Projects

Saturday, June 24

David Reninger: Transformation

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Linda Warren Projects

Chris Cosnowski: I Love Humanity This Much

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Linda Warren Projects

Chris Uphues: Heavy Sunshine

Exhibition and Opening Reception — 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Linda Warren Projects

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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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Summer CGN

CGN's Latest Edition Is Here

In early 2017 CGN launched a new chapter, with our first edition of the CGN Arts Guide. The follow-up to the new listings guide is our refreshed and expanded magazine format for our summer and fall issues. In our newest magazine, covering May-August and featuring Takashi Murakami at the MCA on the cover, we feature interviews, top news and event picks for the summer season. Pick up a free copy in area galleries, museums, hotels, and the Chicago Cultural Center in early May. 

 

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