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posted December 8, 2012 in reviews
This season's CSA offering mentioned in TOC's Holiday Gift Guide
posted December 1, 2012 in reviews
In late October, Susan Snodgrass conducted an interview with the artists included in our current show, Voices from the Center. Check out the podcast at Art Margins Online:
Stop by threewalls before December 10th to see the exhibition! You can also check out an interactive component of the show at http://www.voicesfromthecenter.net/
Lori Waxman's essay on Mindy Rose Schwartz is here! You can download a PDF of Vintage Tchotchkes of My Very Own Mindscape, or stop by threewalls for a hard copy.
Also be sure to check out Annika Marie's essay, Kelly Kaczynski: Staging the Un-Scene.
We'll be making all of our future SOLO publications available for download.
Our current show was reviewed in Newcity this week:
Check out this review of Things to Be Next to in the Kansas City Star! Currently on view in Kansas City, the show will open in Chicago at threewalls on November 5th. Installation shots are available on Charlotte Street's flickr page.
Check out this review of Kelly Kaczynski: The Stagehand's Unseen in the current issue of Newcity. If you haven't seen the show yet, stop by threewalls before October 23rd!
Check out this Time Out Chicago preview of Kelly Kaczynski's show at threewalls, opening on September 10th:
Check out Bad at Sports' interview with our current SOLO artist, Eric Fleischauer. If you haven't seen Eric's show yet, stop by before July 3rd, or come to his artist talk on June 17th at 6pm.
Check out this preview of Claire Pentecost: VictoryLand (you, I shall answer your letter) in Newcity.
posted April 3, 2010 in reviews
Check out a review of Armita Raafat's SOLO show at threewalls in Art in America!
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Studio Chicago is a yearlong collaborative project that focuses on the artist’s studio. Through exhibitions, talks, publications, tours, and research, participating organizations will celebrate the working artist and reveal their sites of creative production from historical and contemporary perspectives. With concepts ranging from the “studio as muse,” “virtual studios,” “street as
studio,” and “gallery as studio,” Studio Chicago invites participation from artists and the art-curious, beginning with Chicago Artists Month in October 2009.
Core Studio Chicago partners include: Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Columbia College Chicago, Gallery 400, Hyde Park Art Center, Museum of Contemporary Art, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and threewalls.
threewalls will be participating in the program through linking residents to The Studio through The Studio Chicago weblog, publications like Artists Run Chicago Digest, the summer symposium and summer residents. This summer's residents, TBA, will be working at Sullivan Galleries from July 5th to September 6th.
Read TIME OUT Chicago's Blog here.
We were excited to receive news in the mail that we were nominated by for Best New Publication by Utne Independent Press Award! Check out other nominees at Utne.
This year threewalls created the traveling exhibition Bellwether for participation in two exchanges: with Vox Populi, Philadelphia in July and with Alternator Gallery, Kelowna this past October. Curated from former threewalls artists who are or were Chicago based, the show travelled in two versions, the larger in Philly and the smaller in Kelowna.
Both exhibitions featured work by: Josh Mannis (Los Angeles), Jenny Walters (Los Angeles), Duncan McKenzie (Chicago) with Christian Kuras (London), Daniel Anhorn (Chicago), David Coyle (New York), Caleb Jones Lyons (Chicago) and Heather Mekkelson (Chicago). With the Philly show including work by Ann Toebbe (Chicago),Joseph Kohnke (Los Angeles), Bill O’Brien (Chicago), Lisa Boumstein-Smalley (Chicago), and Chelsea Tonelli Knight (Chicago).