The 23rd Atmosphere Group Gallery

Venue  |  Exhibitions
Photography © Karolina Karlic
Photography © Karolina Karlic
Painting © antoinette wysocki
Painting © antoinette wysocki
Pony Ride, in private collection Acrylic On Wood 2x3 © Andrea Jablonski
When I Ran Away, in private collection Acrylic On Wood 2x3 © Andrea Jablonski
The 23rd Atmosphere Group Gallery
1907 S. Halsted Street
Chicago, Il 60608
Venue Type: Gallery
Robert Furman
Open hours
12-5 Saturdays, and by appt.
Gallery type

In the early nineties, Charles Saatchi launched the careers in London of a group of artists who famously became known as the YBAs, or the “young British artists.” Last year, Chicago held it’s own version of the YBAs—a groundbreaking exhibit featuring

the YPAs or the Young Polish Artists.


This August, The 23rd Atmosphere Group Gallery is pleased to continue this exciting new series by hosting the 2nd Annual YPA Show.Opening night reception is August 6

from 6-10 pm.We will also be open August 13 for the Chicago Art District Second Friday 6-10 pm.Regular Gallery hours are 12-5 Saturdays and by appointment.


With the 2010 edition of the YPA show, we’re expanding the horizons to include two exceptional and talented young women from outside Chicago, Antoinette Wysocki from NYC and Karolina Karlic from CA.They join Chicago’s own Andrea Jablonski and Denise Adan to compose a formidable group of talented young Polish artists. And more may join them soon.


There’s no better city in the USA to introduce these talented young daughters of Poland to the world than Chicago, with the largest population of Polish people outside of Warsaw.We are sure the Polish community here will open its heart to the YPAs and give them a warm and enthusiastic welcome.


Unable to join us at the opening reception or the Second Friday event?Just call and we will set up an appointment for you or your organization. Make an event of it and combine it with dinner at one of our fine local restaurants—Nightwood is a great choice.


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