Jun 20th 2014

We do what we like and we like what we do

@ Western Exhibitions

845 W Washington Blvd, 2nd Floor, Chicago IL

Opening Friday, June 20th, from 5PM - 8PM

On view through Saturday, July 19th

Western Exhibitions celebrates ten years as a bricks-and-mortar gallery with the group show
We do what we like and we like what we do
presenting new or never-seen-in-Chicago works by gallery artists:

New landscape painting by Dan Attoe

Two sigil paintings, recently shown at the 2014 Whitney Biennial, by Elijah Burgher

New work on paper by Lilli Carré

28 foot-long drawing by Ryan Travis Christian previously shown in his solo show at CAM Raleigh

Cincinnati skyline drawing by Courttney Cooper

New top-secret project by Nicholas Frank

Richard Hull’s largest crayon drawing yet

New mixed-media target painting by Dutes Miller

New photo edition from Miller & Shellabarger’s recent crocheting performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

A sheer, slitted and stained shroud previously exhibited in New York City by Rachel Niffenegger

Two minimal drawings of flies exhibited previously in San Francisco by Paul Nudd

Delicately massive drawing of a tree trunk by Robyn O’Neil

Square-shaped walking book, shown on the floor, by Stan Shellabarger

New intricate abstract painting by Geoffrey Todd Smith

Mixed-media diptych on panel by Deb Sokolow exhibited previously in her solo MATRIX show at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

Custom Uncle Sam and Old Yeller bongs last seen at the legendary Drunk vs. Stoned show at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise by Ben Stone

Western Exhibitions will also release a massive zine, titled
10 Years, 4 Locations, 3 Logos, 136 Shows, 245 artists,
a collection of the press release from each show presented at the gallery in these ten years, to honor all that have played a part in Western Exhibitions’ existence.

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