Weekend Preview – HB

This week’s picks on what to see this weekend. I almost always run into more shows than I can feature here, but this weekend seems especially loaded with great-sounding shows, so be sure to check out other listings here and here.

Things to be Next To @ threewalls

Kate Hackman and Shannon Stratton are bringing their Kansas City/Chicago exhibition Things to be Next To accordingly across state lines, having exhibited first at KC’s La Esquina Gallery. On the Chicago side of the roster are Pete Fagundo and Alberto Aguilar (who also throws a good dinner party), and representing Kansas City, Warren Rosser and Jim Woodfill. Check out the opening on Friday, November 5th from 6-9 @ threewalls, 119 N Peoria St.

Warren Rosser, Simultaneous Tracking

Warren Rosser, Simultaneous Tracking

Michael T. Rea @ ebersmoore

Michael T. Rea‘s weapons of mass destruction will be on view this month at ebersmoore, breaking through walls and threatening nearby buildings. You can read my interview with the artist here, and also check out the show this Friday, November 5th from 6-9PM @ ebersmoore, 213 N Morgan St, 3C, Chicago.

Michael T. Rea, Behemoth

Michael T. Rea, Behemoth

Jennifer Reeder @ Andrew Rafacz Gallery

Film-maker Jennifer Reeder opens a new exhibition this weekend titled Tears Cannot Restore Here: Therefore I Weep after her film of the same name, which will be on view along with sculptural props from earlier and future projects. See it this Saturday, November 6th from 4-7PM @ Andrew Rafacz Gallery, 835 W Washington Blvd.

Jennifer Reeder, White Trash Girl

Jennifer Reeder, White Trash Girl

Jacob C. Hammes @ HungryMan Gallery

Artist and occasional hypnotist Jacob C. Hammes has built a heavy site-specific installation at HungryMan Gallery titled Metatron’s Roof, a reference not to a glorious transformer but to the sacred geometric symbol, Metatron’s Cube. If Hammes has stuck true to materials, watch your step at the opening, which is on Saturday, November 6th from 6-11PM @ HungryMan Gallery, 2135 N Rockwell St.

Jacob C. Hammes, Metatron's Roof

Jacob C. Hammes, Metatron's Roof

Brandon Alvendia @ ADDS DONNA

From the press release, it sounds like Brandon Alvendia is casting a big net with his curatorial look at the economic ethics of art collection, which splits the ADDS DONNA space into themed partitions of art display. Artists included Conrad Bakker, Pamela Fraser, Michelle Grabner, Joe Grimm, Lucy Mackenzie, David Shrigley, and an anonymous seventh. Figure it all out this Sunday, November 7th from 3-7PM @ ADDS DONNA, 4223 W Lake St, 422.

David Shrigley

David Shrigley

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