Weekend Preview – lot of ampersands on division

This week’s picks on what to see this weekend. As always, check here and here for most listings.

John Sparagana @ Corbett vs. Dempsey

I’ve been a big fan of John Sparagana‘s for a few years, with a soft spot for the sweet spot he hits between intimate construction and mass-production. See what I mean this Friday, March 18th from 5-8PM @ Corbett vs. Dempsey1120 N Ashland Ave.

John Sparagana, Untitled (Elsworth Kelly)

John Sparagana, Untitled (Elsworth Kelly)

POST-SMITHSON @ Noble & Superior Projects

POST-SMITHSON  brings together earthwork artworks on the micro-mental or regular-mental scale, and includes video installations from Emilie Crewe, small-scale landscapes from Isabelle Gougenheim, and mystic films from Emily Irvine. Unspiral your jetties this Friday, March 18th from 6-11PM @ Noble & Superior Projects1418 W Superior St, 2R.

dichorama @ Pentagon

Artists Jason Smith, Leo Kaplan and Caroline Carlsmith collaborate on dichotomies, with downs and ups and blacks and whites and and More! this Saturday! March 18th from 7-11PM @ Pentagon2655 W Homer St.

Caroline Carlsmith, Coyote Pelts

Caroline Carlsmith, Coyote Pelts

Frank Frazetta Tribute Exhibition @ Gallery Provocateur

Personal reasons, this Saturday, March 19th from 8PM-12AMGallery Provocateur, 2125 N. Rockwell St.

Eric Wallace, Warrior Woman

Eric Wallace, Warrior Woman

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