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TAP ROOM
2821 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60618
Venue Type: Alternative Space

Neighborhood:
north side



Curb Appeal, Gabriel PattiGabriel Patti, Curb Appeal, 2010, Acrylic
© Patti
BB Kings Night Club in Cat Walk City, Alpha BrutonAlpha Bruton,
BB Kings Night Club in Cat Walk City,
2001, Arcylic on Burlap, 4' x 10'
© bruton
Kick It at the Mardi Gras, Alpha BrutonAlpha Bruton, Kick It at the Mardi Gras,
2001, Acrylic on Burlap, 4' x 10'
© bruton
Zulu Parade at the Mardi Gras, Alpha BrutonAlpha Bruton, Zulu Parade at the Mardi Gras,
2001, Acrylic on Burlap, 4' x 10'
© bruton
Curatorial Practice, Curatorial Practice, 2010, Installation Art
© Bruton
Madonna of the Underpath, Gabe PattiGabe Patti, Madonna of the Underpath,
2010, Acrylic
© gjpatti
Phantom Gallery Curators Tour Postcard, Alpha BrutonAlpha Bruton,
Phantom Gallery Curators Tour Postcard,
2010
© bruton
PopUp Gallery Location, Helen Myers JonesHelen Myers Jones, PopUp Gallery Location,
October 7, 2010 - November 4, 2010
© DeBat
"Peace and Liberty", Helen Myers JonesHelen Myers Jones, "Peace and Liberty",
October 2010, Tempura, 8' X 8'
Abstraction in Sound, Shirley HudsonShirley Hudson, Abstraction in Sound,
October 2010, Oil on Canvas
Abstractions in Sound, Shirley HudsonShirley Hudson, Abstractions in Sound,
October 2010, Oil on Canvas
, October 2010
Mobile Studio, Jayve John MontgomeryJayve John Montgomery, Mobile Studio,
October 15, 2010, Sound and Light Projections
N8:CHICAGo, Signage at 1530 S. State StreetSignage at 1530 S. State Street, N8:CHICAGo
N8:CHICAGo, Paul Lorenz, John Romang, Gretchen Smith, Louis Lovera, Mitch Kimball, Helene DavisPaul Lorenz, John Romang, Gretchen Smith, Louis Lovera, Mitch Kimball, Helene Davis,
N8:CHICAGo, October 2010
© N8:CHICAGO
N8: CHICAGo, N8: CHICAGo,
Raw Space Before Installation at 1530 South State Street
© Courtesy of Phantom Gallery Chicago Network
N8:CHICAGo, Louis Lovera, Project SaviorLouis Lovera, Project Savior, N8:CHICAGo,
October 2010, floors, ladders, ceilings, lighting, electricity and guy Friday., Perfect : )
N8: CHICAGo, N8: CHICAGo
N8: CHICAGo, Mitch Kimball studies Chard Downs Figurative WorksMitch Kimball studies Chard Downs Figurative Works,
N8: CHICAGo,
October 2010, Bark on Paper, Lifesize
N8: CHICAGo, John Romang, Char DownsJohn Romang, Char Downs, N8: CHICAGo,
October 7, 2010
N8: CHICAGo, Mitch Kimball, Artist TowersMitch Kimball, Artist Towers, N8: CHICAGo,
October 2010, Clay, approx 4feet
N8: CHICAGo, Gretchen Smith, A City of Biblical ProportionsGretchen Smith, A City of Biblical Proportions,
N8: CHICAGo,
October 2010, Encaustic and Ink on Bible Pages from 1949 (entire Bible), 8 feet high by 30 feet long
© Stephan Mazurek
N8:CHICAGo, Helene Davis, Other RealitiesHelene Davis, Other Realities, N8:CHICAGo,
October 2010, Hand-Dyed Fabric, approximately 4 feet by 8 feet
N8:CHICAGo, Char Downs, Figurative MusesChar Downs, Figurative Muses, N8:CHICAGo,
River Mud, Hair, Pencil Shavings on Paper, Lifesize
N8:CHICAGo, Louis Lovera and Paul Lorenz assess the situationLouis Lovera and Paul Lorenz assess the situation,
N8:CHICAGo
N8:CHICAGo, Paul Lorenz, OctoberPaul Lorenz, October, N8:CHICAGo,
October 2010, Ice and Ink, Approximately 6 feet by 12 feet
N8:CHICAGo, Paul Lorenz, Alpha Bruton, Char Downs, Gretchen Smith, Louis Lovera, Mitch Kimball, John Romang and Helene DavisPaul Lorenz, Alpha Bruton, Char Downs, Gretchen Smith, Louis Lovera, Mitch Kimball, John Romang and Helene Davis,
N8:CHICAGo, October 2010, human form : )
N8:CHICAGo, N8:CHICAGo
, Shirley HudsonShirley Hudson
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WEBSITE:  
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EMAIL:  
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CONTACT:  
Gabriel Patti
OPEN HOURS:  
8pm - Midnight
PHONE:  
773-681-6570
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
COST:  
$20 (Fundraiser) October 21, 2010
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DESCRIPTION

Logan Square Chamber of Arts and Business Fundraiser, at the Crown Tap Room, October 21, 2010, featured artist, and curator Gabriel Patti, address the theme of "Curatorial Practice", and the "City As a Studio".

There is a well-established history of artists taking over empty shops for temporary exhibitions or community projects, and in the current economic downturn such activity is being actively supported both by local councils and artist networks. The aim of the Phantom Galleries is to examine changes in current curatorial production and to develop innovative displays in relation to these physical storefronts or virtual spaces.

This project is supported in part by FG Commercial Real Estate, Lauren Lowery, Emerald Inn and Guest House, Intimate Opera, Logan Square Chamber of Arts, Elastic Arts Foundation, Crowns, Murphy Hill Gallery, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs Chicago Artists Month, Borderbend Arts Collective,

 

Chicago Artists Month

Throughout October, you are invited to meet hundreds of Chicago visual artists at exhibitions, workshops, open studios, tours, neighborhood art walks and more in venues across the city. Presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs in collaboration with more than 200 program partners, Chicago Artists Month aims to showcase the extraordinary talent and vibrancy of Chicago’s art community.

 

This year's theme, "The City as Studio,” explores the impact of the urban environment on Chicago artists and their work, and the contributions that artists make to the vitality of our city. The place where art is imagined and made, whether in a physical or virtual space, affects the idea, the process and the final product. And the art, once created, leaves a mark on the place it occupies. Chicago Artists Month 2010 looks at how the city influences art and artists, and how artists transform the city by contributing to civic dialogue and quality of life.

 

For more information regarding Chicago Artists Month  www.chicagoartistsmonth.org

 

 

 

 


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