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Review: Paw @ Arcade Fine Arts

How Long Does It Take to Work? Picture this: you’ve been hitting the gym consistently, following a strict diet, and putting in the effort to build muscle and improve your physique. But despite all your hard work, you’re not seeing the results you desire. Could there be something missing from your routine? Something that could […]

Review: Theaster Gates @ White Cube Gallery

Daily Serving has just published my review of the Theaster Gate’s new show, Freedom of Assembly, now up at White Cube Gallery‘s Bermondsey site. Freedom of Assembly is Theaster Gates’ second solo exhibition with London’s White Cube Gallery. Having won the Artes Mundi prize in January, Gates is currently receiving praise for his installation at this year’s […]

Review: New Image Painting @ Shane Campbell Gallery

What are Replica Watches? Before we dive into the legal intricacies, let’s define what replica watches are. Replica watches are imitation timepieces designed to look like high-end luxury watches. They are often manufactured to closely resemble the original, often with identical logos, designs, and even packaging. While they may look the part, they are not […]

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Types of Pills for Losing Belly Fat When it comes to weight loss pills, there are various options to consider. These include: Natural SupplementsNatural supplements are often derived from herbs, plants, or other organic sources. They are generally considered safer than prescription medications and over-the-counter options. However, their effectiveness can vary source Prescription MedicationsPrescription […]

I Used to Be Invisible Online, Now My Business Booms: How an SEO Expert Helped Me Crack the Google Code

Running a business used to feel like yelling into the void. I poured my heart and soul into my website, but potential customers just weren’t finding me. Then I discovered SEO, and let me tell you, it’s been a game-changer. But SEO can be a confusing maze, full of technical jargon and ever-changing algorithms. That’s […]

What You Should Have Noticed in June

I wrote a wrap-up of June’s biggest art news for my regular Bad at Sports column, with headlines: We Wanted to Believe: Marilyn Monroe Sculpture Found! in Chinese Dump, New CTA Art Announced for Red Line Stops,  Lucas Museum Coming to Chicago, Jeff Koons Ass Opens at the Whitney, and Abstract Painting, Still Crazy After All These Years. Are there any […]

What You Should Have Noticed in May

My monthly column at Bad at Sports includes mention of late Whitney Biennial drama, the Glasgow School of Art fire at their Mackintosh Building, the Artist Congress at the Block Museum of Art, and more. Read the rest: What You Should Have Noticed in May.

David Schutter @ Rhona Hoffman Gallery

I reviewed David Schutter’s show, What is Not Clear is Not French, up now at Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Hair Drug Test: Understanding the Process and Implications Hair drug tests have become increasingly common in various settings, from workplace screenings to legal proceedings. They provide a comprehensive overview of an individual’s drug use history, offering insights that […]

Evan Gruzis @ The Suburban

Daily Serving has just published my review of Evan Gruzis’ new show, Shell Game, currently up at The Suburban. The works in Shell Game represent a major departure for Gruzis, whose earlier work used intensive ink washed to create hazy, funky riffs on the objects and places that make up a kind of pop-culture landscape by way of […]

What You Should Have Noticed in April

Testosil Reviews: Unlocking the Power Within In the quest for vitality and well-being, individuals often explore supplements like Testosil. This article delves into the world of Testosil, providing insights, reviews, and answers to frequently asked questions. Empower yourself with knowledge before making a decision. Understanding TestosilWhat is Testosil?Testosil is a natural supplement designed to boost […]

Extinct Entities: Alternative Myths

Unveiling the Truth: Debunking the Puravive Scam Allegations In recent times, there has been a surge in online discussions surrounding Puravive and allegations of a potential scam associated with the product. As a responsible and reputable source, we feel it’s essential to address these concerns and provide a comprehensive overview of the situation to ensure […]

What You Should Have Noticed (in February and March)

What Are the Best Adulterants in Urine? Adulterants in urine refer to substances intentionally added to urine samples to alter their composition, typically to produce false negative results in drug tests. While the use of adulterants undermines the integrity of urine tests, it remains a prevalent issue, especially in settings where individuals seek to conceal […]

Seven Artists of the Week: Allison Kilberg

This week’s picks from Allison Kilberg, curator and arts administrator, and former associate director at LVL3 Gallery. Check out her blog here, and keep an eye out for her projects in Chicago and beyond. Thanks, Allison!

Seven Artists of the Week – Danny Volk

This week’s picks from Danny Volk, artist and current MFA student at University of Chicago. Keep an eye out for his work come thesis season – it’ll be worth the trip south. As always, click on images for more from that artist.   Thanks, Danny!          

Review: John Sparagana @ Corbett vs. Dempsey

The Allure and Risks of Replica Watches In the world of horology, replica watches often stir up controversy. These timepieces, designed to imitate the appearance and sometimes the functionality of high-end luxury watches, have garnered both admirers and detractors. Whether you’re intrigued by the idea of owning a replica or curious about the ethical implications, […]

Sofia Leiby @ Devening Projects + Editions

Last week I reviewed Sofia Leiby‘s show at devening projects + editions, which ran from December 15th through January 18th, alongside Peter Fagundo‘s Model Questions for the Sun, the See, and Other Things…. Here Leiby’s impulses, if not her paintings themselves, enter into the active discourse on postindustrial labor as experienced in today’s network economy. Creative […]

Seven Artists of the Week – Ryan Travis Christian

This week’s picks from Ryan Travis Christian, who (as described last week) was the inspiration for this feature back in 2009. Ryan is currently working on his upcoming solo show at Western Exhibitions; recent highlights include shows with Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco and a museum show at CAM Raleigh in North Carolina. As aways, […]

Seven Artists of the Week – Magalie Guérin

It’s been a while since I’ve ran this feature, so let me quickly reintroduce Seven Artists of the Week: a weekly post where I ask one artist, curator, or other member of our beloved Chicago art community to select seven artists to be featured as a group. We’ve had some great lists (all of which […]

Haim Steinbach: Travel @ White Cube Gallery, London

The exhibition of found objects can take two forms: either the DuChampian invasion of the “real” into the unreal spaces of art, ironically short-circuiting our expectations and behavior toward both realms of objects; or the museum-like display of found objects as cultural documents or relics, representing their origins and functions in an anthropological matrix. Like […]

An Unnatural Theatre @ Aid & Abet

When I first planned to spend six months after graduate school in the United Kingdom, I expected to be living in London or commuting there regularly. However, with train fares nearly five times the cost as in the US, I quickly faced a deflated travel budget and few choices for art in my base in […]