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Robin Dluzen

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Art Letter: Young Artists who Know, and Aren't Replicating, History by Paul Klein  
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Robin Dluzen at The Charnel House February 3rd, 2012 - February 19th, 2012
Posted 8/27/12
Originally posted on ArtLetter.com BY PAUL KLEIN ON FEBRUARY 2, 2012 5:08 PM There's a lot of new talent emerging on the Chicago art scene, right now; talent that is art-historically knowledgeable and relevant. Artists are taking risks and galleries are following suite.  Antonia Gurkovska is a recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute and makes a worthy entrance, participating in two exhibits opening tonight.  In a one-person show at Kavi Gupta, the gallery match... [more]
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Review: Light & Air/ Coalition Gallery by Regan Golden-McNerney  
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Robin Dluzen, Zach Mory, Connie Wolfe at Coalition Gallery - Chicago Artists' Coalition November 12th, 2010 - December 3rd, 2010
Posted 8/25/12
Review: Light and Air/Coalition Gallery in New City Robin Dluzen, detail from "Tower Support Grids (Chicago)," 2010, duct tape and silicone caulk on insulation board RECOMMENDED Ethereal can mean delicate, insubstantial, or otherworldly. In “Light and Air” at the Chicago Artists’ Coalition Gallery, each artist’s work reflects upon the different facets “ethereal.” Connie Wolfe’s abstract hand-cut ink-jet prints suspended just inches off the wall appear fragile and delicate like wisp... [more]