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Economic globalization has more closely integrated local\, n ational\, and regional economies across the world creating greater interdep endence\; intensified movement of goods\, services\, capital\, and persons\ ; and changes within and upon many kinds of locations and spaces. \;Here\, There\, Everywhere \;is a group exhibition focused on the spatial configurations of economics and their related effects. The artworks in the show address the globally networked and the locally specific\, phys ically and conceptually\, with examinations that range from transformations of specific locales to movements across locations.

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Lara Almarcegui works at the boundary between urban regeneration and decay. She researches and studies the transitional spaces where urban and natural orders meet. T he Beehive Collective is a collective graphics workshop that creates politi cal posters\, graphics and mosaics on subjects of globalization\, FTAA\, fr ee trade\, NAFTA\, Latin American issues\, agriculture\, and biodiversity.& nbsp\;Guy Ben Ner&rsquo\;s videos give shape to a life of wandering&mdash\; between international destinations and personal relationships\, success in the art world and resisting the same. The artwork by Ramiro Gomez often pro bes the invisibility of the working class in the images of luxury that over load the media and the world around us. Ryan Griffis &\; Sarah Ross appl y a regional lens to think more expansively about the disparate geographies that might exist within the space of one small town or across continents a nd oceans. Alevtina Kakhidze&rsquo\;s projects question value\, desire\, an d materialism through an autobiographical lens.

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Here\, There\, Everywhere is part of an ongoing series of exhibitions that explore sh ifts in industry and work\, how and where economic exchange takes place\, n ew models for sustainable economies\, employment-driven migration\, and rel ationships between place\, work\, and economic viability. A key component o f this series is community involvement. Developed through partnerships with community organizations\, labor unions\, and artists\, the relationships a nd dialogues with these groups will help guide forthcoming exhibitions and events.

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A supplement to \;Here\, There\, Everywhere\, the \;Standard of Living Reading Room&nb sp\;includes texts and resources that explore the legacies of industry\, im material labor\, service work\, invisible labor and more\, articulating a v ariety of responses to the relationships between labor\, economy\, and poli tics.

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- See more at: http://gallery400.uic.edu/exhibitions/here-the re-everywhere#sthash.R30z8TTx.dpuf

DTEND:20141213 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141031 GEO:41.876198;-87.649932 LOCATION:Gallery 400\,UIC College of Architecture and Art 400 S. Peoria Str eet (Art and Design Hall\, First Floor) \nChicago\, IL 60607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Here\, There\, Everywhere\, The Beehive Collective\, Lara Almarcegu i\, Guy Ben Ner\, Ramiro Gomez\, Ryan Griffis & Sarah Ross\, Alevtina Kakhi dze UID:361958 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141031T200000 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141031T170000 GEO:41.876198;-87.649932 LOCATION:Gallery 400\,UIC College of Architecture and Art 400 S. Peoria Str eet (Art and Design Hall\, First Floor) \nChicago\, IL 60607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Here\, There\, Everywhere\, Lara Almarcegui\, The Beehive Collectiv e\, Ramiro Gomez\, Alevtina Kakhidze\, Guy Ben Ner\, Ryan Griffis & Sarah R oss UID:361959 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141223 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141107 GEO:41.883811;-87.6501229 LOCATION:Rhona Hoffman Gallery\,118 North Peoria St. \nChicago\, IL 60607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Stefan’s Room\, Kutlug Ataman UID:361667 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

LVL3 presents \;Indefinite \;Free \;Time\, a two-person exh ibition featuring Robert Chase Heishman and Adam Parker Smith. Heishman exp lores the boundaries of confinement and isolated \;free \;time\, cr eating images that touch on both political and spiritual confrontations. Sm ith creates work that is playful yet uncannily crude\, often leaving viewer s with visual jokes to unfold. \;Indefinit e \;Free \;Time\, with varying degrees of levity\, pulls \ ;at \;the notion of freedom \;in exploring \;the act of \;p assing \;time \;and the permeability of leisure within an everyday routine.

DTEND:20141215 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141108 GEO:41.9094247;-87.6761421 LOCATION:LVL3 Gallery\,1542 Milwaukee Ave. #3 \nChicago\, IL 60622 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Indefinite Free Time\, Robert Chase Heishman\, Adam Parker Smith UID:361665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141108T220000 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141108T180000 GEO:41.9094247;-87.6761421 LOCATION:LVL3 Gallery\,1542 Milwaukee Ave. #3 \nChicago\, IL 60622 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Indefinite Free Time\, Robert Chase Heishman\, Adam Parker Smith UID:361666 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150131 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141122 GEO:41.8830194;-87.648947 LOCATION:Andrew Rafacz Gallery\,835 W. Washington \nChicago\, IL 60607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Volatility Smile\, Philip Vanderhyden UID:361664 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150131 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141122 GEO:41.8830194;-87.648947 LOCATION:Andrew Rafacz Gallery\,835 W. Washington \nChicago\, IL 60607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Joint Exhibition\, Ethan Breckenridge\, Jeff Gibbons UID:361663 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

moniquemeloche is pleased to present

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Dan Gun n
Impromptu Airs

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November 6\, 2014 &ndash\; January 3\, 2015

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Public reception with the artist : Thursday\, November 6\, 6-8pm

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 \;Artist talk: Saturday\, Dece mber 13\, 4pm

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 \;Through painterly abstraction and formal inven tion\, Dan Gunn creates two and three-dimensional objects that are inspired by vernacular patterns\, craft materials\, and set design. Thick\, laser-c ut wood strips\, overlaid with various pigment stains\, form the foundation of many of his low-relief\, wall sculptures. He draws his sources from mat erials in motion\, from the buckling of a fabric curtain\, the sleeves of a garment\, or expanding screens. His gestures\, at once seamless and non-co nforming\, gently manipulate the materiality of wood to occupy a space betw een restraint and release. Gunn&rsquo\;s diverse practice continues to deve lop in many directions\, but here\, for his second solo exhibition at moniq uemeloche\, the focus is on the expansion of two series in particular &ndas h\; his &ldquo\;fan&rdquo\; paintings and &ldquo\;draperies.&rdquo\; In bot h bodies of work\, he plays with scale while exploring the full spectrum of color. Gunn squeezes and swells the silhouettes of his fans\, abstracting from his previous renderings while upholding the visual identity of humble materials and exquisitely composed shapes. Gunn&rsquo\;s works are playful spectacles\, each with their own malleable mannerisms or impromptu airs.

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Prior to earning his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chic ago in 2007\, Dan Gunn (American\, born 1980\, lives in Chicago) received a Bachelor&rsquo\;s degree in Physics. \; His interest in physics overlaps with his artistic practice\, where he continues to inve stigate the peculiar qualities of materials. In an intuitive construction p rocess\, he experiments with forms\, grouping objects together in a search for revealed affinities and a deeper understanding of culture. In 2013\, Gu nn received the Artadia Award at EXPO Chicago. Recent exhibitions and resid encies include The Life of Forms at Marine Contemporary\, California (2013)\; Participant at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpt ure (2012)\; 12x12 UBS solo project at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chica go (2011)\; Multistable Picture Fable at Lloyd Dobler Gallery in C hicago (2010)\; New Icon at Loyola University Museum of Art in Chi cago (2010)\; His work has been reviewed in publications such as Frieze\, A rt in America\, Artslant\, NewCity Chicago\, TimeOut Chicago\, and the Chic ago Tribune. Gunn&rsquo\;s curatorial debut occurred this summer with the g roup exhibition My Hands Are My Bite at moniquemeloche.

DTEND:20150103 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141106 GEO:41.9032996;-87.6820876 LOCATION:moniquemeloche gallery\,2154 W. Division \nChicago\, IL 60622 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Impromptu Airs\, Dan Gunn UID:361498 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141106T200000 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141106T180000 GEO:41.9032996;-87.6820876 LOCATION:moniquemeloche gallery\,2154 W. Division \nChicago\, IL 60622 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Impromptu Airs\, Dan Gunn UID:361499 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Ground Floor brings t ogether work by Chicago&rsquo\;s most promising emerging talent\, offering a single destination to discover the spectrum of artists whose work demands to be seen and supported. Ground Floor&mdash\;so named because it provides a crucial platform for young artists and fills the entire lower l evel of the Art Center&mdash\;is an ongoing biennial project. Based on nomi nations by respected members of the arts community\, Hyde Park Art Center&r squo\;s Exhibitions Committee of artists and curators select work by recent graduates from each of Chicago&rsquo\;s nationally top ranked Master of Fi ne Art programs: Columbia College Chicago\, Northwestern University\, The S chool of the Art Institute of Chicago\, The University of Chicago\, and the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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T he exhibition is co-curated by the Exhibition Committee including Dawoud Be y (Chair)\, \;Michelle Grabner\, Caroline Picard\, and Daniel Sauter\, Allison Peters Quinn and other members of the Art Center staff.

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An exhibition catalogue that increases the visib ility of Ground Floor artists outside of Chicago willbe released during the run of the show.  \;It will feature critical writing that allows artis ts to receive valuable\, documented feedback about their work and will cult ivate new critical voices.

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Get a firs t look at work by all 20 artists at the Art Center&rsquo\;s booth (# 814) a t EXPO CHICAGO\, September 18-21. \;For more information on EXPO CHICAG O\, visit www.expochicago.com. \;

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Galleries 1 &\; 2 \, the Cleve E. Carney Gallery and the Jackman Goldwasser Catwalk Gallery

DTEND:20150329 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141212 GEO:41.8037432;-87.5866275 LOCATION:Hyde Park Art Center\,5020 S. Cornell Avenue \nChicago\, IL 60615 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Ground Floor\, Evan Baden\, Hannah Barco\, Greg Browe\, Houston Cof ield\, Maggie Crowley\, Barbara Diener\, Assaf Evron\, Andrew Holmquist\, K elly Lloyd\, Jesse Malmed\, Esau McGhee\, Ben Murray\, Celeste Rapone\, Kyl e Schlie\, Tina Tahir\, Keijaun Thomas\, Daniel Tucker\, Ramyar Vala\, Juli e Weber\, Nicole Wilson UID:361357 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141212T200000 DTSTAMP:20141023T220048 DTSTART:20141212T180000 GEO:41.8037432;-87.5866275 LOCATION:Hyde Park Art Center\,5020 S. Cornell Avenue \nChicago\, IL 60615 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Ground Floor\, Evan Baden\, Hannah Barco\, Greg Browe\, Houston Cof ield\, Maggie Crowley\, Barbara Diener\, Assaf Evron\, Andrew Holmquist\, K elly Lloyd\, Jesse Malmed\, Esau McGhee\, Ben Murray\, Celeste Rapone\, Kyl e Schlie\, Tina Tahir\, Keijaun Thomas\, Daniel Tucker\, Ramyar Vala\, Juli e Weber\, Nicole Wilson UID:361358 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Halls
Jason Conny\, Jonathan Gardner\, Mr. Modern\,

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Fe rn Shaffer\, and Ted Stanuga

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October 26 \;- \;Novemb er 30\, 2014
Opening reception: \;Sunday\, October 26\, 3 - 6 pmGallery hours by appointment only.

ADDS DONNA is pleased to announce \;Halls\, a curated exhibition from the studios of 42 23 W Lake.

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After chaining felled logs all day\, I took the train to my residence.
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Figures and colors emerge\, fi rst Robert then Jasper.
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I forgot my cigarettes and toolbox.
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Donna enjoys reading at the studio.

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George and I have an appointment on the rooftop with a water tower.
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Lake is windy today.
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Trina is organizing something again.
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The ice cream trucks and sirens dance all night.


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Mo st of the cars leave the lot by 4.
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Left between the church pews .
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Upon arriving\, I try to commit what I see on my commute to a painting.
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Old furniture coming up the freight\, to be made shi ny again.

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They are preparing for a fashion show.
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Standing smoking out the window\, I can hear the train.
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The plants have been re-configured into a new island.

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4223 W Lake St

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