Weekend Preview – harmless formalism

This week’s picks for what to look at. This is another bumper weekend, so make sure to check the other listings to see what I skipped here to make room for friends and people who I owe money to.

she went back to where she began & she sat with her back to me @ Attic at 1753

Video from Georgia Wall and performances by Vicki Fowler, Millie Kapp, Isabella NgLibby O’Bryan, Ali Scott and Hannah Verrill. Going on this Friday, May 14th from 7:30-10PM @ Attic at 17531753 W Cullerton St.

Robert MacNeill @ iceberg.

Frozen Music is a pretty fucking metal way to describe your art, but the pictures I’ve seen suggest sculptor Robert MacNeill isn’t stretching too far. His new show opens Saturday, May 15th from 6-9PM @ iceberg.7714 N Sheridan.

Robert MacNeill, we fertilized your lawn today

Robert MacNeill, we fertilized your lawn today

Philip von Zweck @ Medicine Cabinet

Philip von Zweck moved his medicine cabinet, the former VONZWECK medicine cabinet, to Medicine Cabinet, replacing their medicine cabinet with his own. Opens Saturday, May 15th from 7-11PM @ Medicine Cabinet, 3216 S Morgan St, 4R.

Medicine Cabinet

Medicine Cabinet

Live Forever @ Concertina Gallery

Good things end and Concertina Gallery was a pretty good thing. For its final exhibition, the gallery is hosting Live Forever, a show about immortality with work by Dave Dyment, Megan Hildebrandt, Jason LazarusTibi Tibi Neuspiel, Ruben Nusz, and Marty Burns. Opens Saturday, May 15th from 6-10PM @ Concertina Gallery, 2351 N Milwaukee Ave, 2nd floor.

Dave Dyment, Oz Misremembered

Dave Dyment, Oz Misremembered

Steve Reinke @ Roots & Culture

Videos from Steve Reinke. Screening is this Saturday, May 15th from 8-10PMRoots & Culture, 1034 N Milwaukee.

Steve Reinke, Hobbit Love Is

Steve Reinke, Hobbit Love Is

Skiemall @ artXposium 2010

Here’s some helpful self-promotion: Anni Holm put together a show of work connecting to or inspired by those Skymall magazines you find tucked into seats on flights as part of the mini-artfair she helps run in the suburb of West Chicago. I’m in it, and so is Claus Ankersen, Lise Haller Baggesen, Tom Burtonwood, Mario Contreras, Gemma Correll, Diana Gabriel, Aron Gent, Richard Holland, Holly Holmes, Matt Logan, Mark Osterman, Sara Phalen, Grant Ray, Alison Rhoades, Andrew Rigsby, Victor Yanez-Lazcano, and Matt Austin. Check it out this weekend, Saturday, May 15th from 9AM to 9PM and Sunday, May 16th from 10AM to 2PM @ 203 Turner Ct, in West Chicago.

Steve Ruiz, Planes 10

Steve Ruiz, Gigantic Proportions

See you out.

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