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Curb Appeal, October 2010 Oil © @Patti
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Berlin Chicago Kaleidoscope "Cultures Connecting", July - October 2011
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Berlin Chicago Skyline, July 2011
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International Art Group, 2010 © Marianna Buchwald
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Scope of the Wiki, 2009 Found Objects Installation © Alpha Bruton
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Curator Gabriel Patti, 2010 © Patti
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Holding Glass to the Light, 2013 Glass, Found Objects Installation © Bruton
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Najjar Abdul-Musawwir © Najjar Abdul-Musawwir
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Mingus Awareness Project, 2008 Acrylic Glazing 36" X 40" © Bruton
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Kevin Cole Sculpture © Kevin Cole
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Detail Kevin Cole Sculpture © Kevin Cole
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Collective Memories, 2008 Found Objects, Collage © Bruton
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Najjar Abdul-Musawwir © Najjar Abdul-Musawwir
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Alan Emerson Hicks, 1999 © Alan Emerson Hicks
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Najjar Abdul-Musawwir © Najjar Abdul-Musawwir
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Lavon N. Pettis, 2014- December © Global Resources ID
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Alpha Bruton, 2013 Glass Found Objects Installation © Bruton
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Alan Emerson Hicks Found Objects, Plastic © Alan Emerson Hicks
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Alan Emerson Hicks Found Objects, Plastic © Alan Emerson HIcks
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Chandler Hat Plastic Found Objects © Alan Emerson Hicks
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Gabriel Patti, 2014 © Gabriel Patti
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The Heart of Cabrini Green, 2014 Watercolor 20" X 24" © Gabriel Patti
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Gabriel Patti, 2014 Watercolor © Gabriel Patti
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Moise Salazar, 2014 Installation © Moise Salazar
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N. Masani Landwise Found Object © N. Masani Wisewater
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N. Masini Landwise Found Objects © N. Masini Landwise
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N. Masini Landwise Found Objects © N. Masini Landwise
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Nicholas Conlon © Nicholas Conlon
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Nicholas Conlon © Nicholas Conlon
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Chicago
Birth year
2005
Lives in
Chicago
Works in
Chicago
Schools
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2001, MAAA
California State University, Sacramento, 1990, BFA
Representing galleries
Gallery of Myths legends and Living Tradition, Phantom Gallery Chicago
Tags
Enviromental Installation, sculpture, installation, video-art, performance, conceptual, surrealism, photography, graffiti/street-art, exhibition/performance, street
Curatorial Practice

Phantom Gallery projects are not common only to Chicago but are in various Cities from east to west coast, as well as internationally. Each of these galleries functions exceedingly well in encapsulating their philosophy, promoting projects through a variety of traditionally commercial tools for reaching mass audiences. 

Phantom Gallery Chicago attempts to prompt responses from people who might not enter a gallery or museum. Artists/curators are challenged to mirror more commercial methods of distribution that are the acceptable or normalized activities of the internet, blogging, to give its virtual audience a glimpses of possibilities as to what art should be doing-an interdisciplinary process that seeks to connect all parts of our cultural existence. 

Each artist as curator stages an art openings in alternative locations, storefront spaces by bringing art events, open houses, and art tours to various venues, we can take a broader view in helping make the art happen. Phantom Gallery projects are not common only to Chicago but are in various Cities from east to west coast, as well as internationally. Each of these galleries functions exceedingly well in encapsulating their philosophy, promoting projects through a variety of traditionally commercial tools for reaching mass audiences. 

Phantom Gallery Chicago attempts to prompt responses from people who might not enter a gallery or museum. Artists/curators are challenged to mirror more commercial methods of distribution that are the acceptable or normalized activities of the internet, blogging, to give its virtual audience a glimpses of possibilities as to what art should be doing-an interdisciplinary process that seeks to connect all parts of our cultural existence.