Weekend Preview – I’m no expert at spiders

This week’s picks on what to see this weekend. As usual there are many more and very good things happening, so be sure to check here too.

Basement Show @ Parking Space

Basement Show looks like a grand collection of artists from that easily identifiable but so far un-named half-punk-half-attempted-half-joke movement in Chicago art, with representative work from Brandon Warren Alvendia, Caroline Polachek, Daniel SullivanEleni Ann Kelaidis, Justin Thomas Schaefer, Marion Ramos, Michael Thibault, Scott Reeder and Tyson Reeder. Opens Friday, September 24th from 6-10PM @ Parking Space, 1100 N Damen Ave.

Tyson Reeder, Sweaters 3

Tyson Reeder, Sweaters 3

Homily @ ebersmoore

This month at ebersmoore, Edra Soto will be having a churchy-themed solo show in the main space. She will also curate a small exhibition in the side space featuring work from Corinne HalbertThad Kellstadt and Carmen Price. What says 2010 more than having a space curated by artists simultaneously feature an artist as an artist and as a curator? Come see both shows on Friday, September 24th from 6-9PM @ ebersmoore, 213 N Morgan St, 3C.

Edra Soto, Communion II

Edra Soto, Communion II

Brian Kapernakas @ 65GRAND

Brian Kapernekas‘ new show’s title of Shapeshifter couldn’t be more appropriate, given that this is also the first opening at 65GRAND’s new location – don’t worry, its still on the same titular bus line. Kapernakas’ sculptural paintings and constructions fit the title too, looking pretty distorted by their far-flung materials and methods of production. See the new space and the new show this Friday, September 24th from 7-10PM @ 65GRAND, 1369 W Grand Ave.

Brian Kapernekas, Toasted

Brian Kapernekas, Toasted

Can I Come Over to Your House? Release Party @ Golden Age

The Suburban is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the launch of Can I Come Over to Your House, a pretty inclusive encyclopedia of the space and the many unique exhibitions that have been there. Its release marks The Suburban as living art history, so be there for the shift. The release party is this Saturday, September 25th from 6-9PM @ Golden Age, 119 N Peoria St, 2D.

The Suburban

The Suburban

a dank wind

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