Art

From Club to Catwalk

The 1980s was an era of sartorial diversity that goes beyond the obvious references of oversized Dynasty shoulder pads and off-the-shoulders sweatshirts a la Flashdance. An array of clothing from the 1980s–with not a shoulder pad in sight– is currently

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From Club to Catwalk

The 1980s was an era of sartorial diversity that goes beyond the obvious references of oversized Dynasty shoulder pads and off-the-shoulders sweatshirts a la Flashdance. An array of clothing from the 1980s–with not a shoulder pad in sight– is currently

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Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity at The Art Institute of Chicago

Ending its extended run at the Art Institute of Chicago this month is the exhibition Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity. The show targets the relationship between art and fashion in the mid 1860s through the mid 1880s. This period brought remarkable

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Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity at The Art Institute of Chicago

Ending its extended run at the Art Institute of Chicago this month is the exhibition Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity. The show targets the relationship between art and fashion in the mid 1860s through the mid 1880s. This period brought remarkable

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The Guerrilla Truck Show

On Tuesday, June 11th local, independent artists and designers took over Fulton Market for the 9th Annual Guerilla Trunk Show. Each summer during Neocon, the worlds largest international trade fair, Morlen Sinoway Atelier hosts the Guerrilla Trunk Show. This event

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The Guerrilla Truck Show

On Tuesday, June 11th local, independent artists and designers took over Fulton Market for the 9th Annual Guerilla Trunk Show. Each summer during Neocon, the worlds largest international trade fair, Morlen Sinoway Atelier hosts the Guerrilla Trunk Show. This event

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Destroy the Picture

It is said that art imitates life.  In the case of the work exhibited as a part of the Destroy the Picture exhibition currently on display at the MCA the devastation wrought by WWII was mirrored in the work artists such

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Destroy the Picture

It is said that art imitates life.  In the case of the work exhibited as a part of the Destroy the Picture exhibition currently on display at the MCA the devastation wrought by WWII was mirrored in the work artists such

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Gallery Aesthete at LuminaireX Project

Gallery Aesthete is thrilled to become a part of the experimental, ever-evolving, dynamic design community at LuminaireX.  Gallery Aesthete and Luminaire share a kindred philosophy, personally curating only the most soulfully-sensuous pieces of the highest quality in environments that both

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Gallery Aesthete at LuminaireX Project

Gallery Aesthete is thrilled to become a part of the experimental, ever-evolving, dynamic design community at LuminaireX.  Gallery Aesthete and Luminaire share a kindred philosophy, personally curating only the most soulfully-sensuous pieces of the highest quality in environments that both

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Art Opening- Future Fossils by Christophe Gauspohl

As we transition into Spring our gallery space welcomes a new exhibition of work by Christophe Gauspohl. Titled “Future Fossils” the collection of abstract works created with a collage of found objects explores the idea of how the relics of

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Art Opening- Future Fossils by Christophe Gauspohl

As we transition into Spring our gallery space welcomes a new exhibition of work by Christophe Gauspohl. Titled “Future Fossils” the collection of abstract works created with a collage of found objects explores the idea of how the relics of

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Color Blind

The exhibition Color Blind: The MCA Collection in Black and White now on display at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art aims its lens at a very strict color palette. A deceptively simple common thread at first glance, however once you look

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Color Blind

The exhibition Color Blind: The MCA Collection in Black and White now on display at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art aims its lens at a very strict color palette. A deceptively simple common thread at first glance, however once you look

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