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Exhibition Detail
"Hellraiser" Annual Halloween Exhibition Celebrating the Dark Arts & Featuring Clive Barker
Curated by: Veronika Kotlajic
1621 N Kedzie
Chicago, IL 60647

October 31st, 2009 - January 31st, 2010
October 31st, 2009 8:00 PM - 11:59 PM
, Clive BarkerClive Barker, Oil on Canvas
© Clive Barker
, Patrice "Pit" HubertPatrice "Pit" Hubert, 3D Sculpture
, Rich CronborgRich Cronborg
© Rich Cronborg
Goatboy, Gigi GrossGigi Gross, Goatboy
Juicyfer, Charles MoeschCharles Moesch, Juicyfer, Oil
, Richard MoeschRichard Moesch
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Other (outside main areas)
Opening Receptions & by Appt.
sculpture, traditional, modern, abstract, surrealism, pop, realism, conceptual, performance, video-art, installation, digital, photography, mixed-media
$1 donation at door to benefit a charity

Exhibit runs October 31, 2009 through January 31st, 2010

Artist Cocktail Receptions:
Sat., Oct. 31st 2009, 8pm-12am**--Book signing by Rich Cronborg
Sat, Nov, 7th, 2009, 8pm-12am**
**Costumes and creative attrire encouraged**

The exhibition features the work of Clive Barker:
Clive Barker (born 5 October  1952) is an English author, film director and visual artist best known for his work in both metaphysical fantasy and horror fiction.  Barker came to prominence in the mid-1980s with a series of short stories which established him as a leading young horror writer. He has since written many novels and other works, and his fiction has been adapted into motion pictures, notably the Hellraiser series, Candyman series and the film Gods & Monsters.

The Halloween (Dark Arts) Annual Exhibition by Gallery Provocateur is part of Chicago Artists Month 2009, the fourteenth  annual celebration of Chicago’s vibrant visual art community. In October, more than 200 exhibitions of emerging and established artists, openings, demonstrations, tours, open studios and neighborhood art walks take place at galleries, cultural centers and arts buildings throughout the city.  Chicago Artists Month is organized by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and is made possible through support provided by Bank of America.
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