Friday, September 26, 2008

Jeff Gabel installation shots / 'Off The Beaten Road' at A+D Gallery, Chicago


Installation shots of Jeff Gabel's show at the gallery are now online, check them out here...

Jeff will also be taking part in the exhibition 'Off The Beaten Road' at A+D Gallery, at Columbia College in Chicago. The show, which is curated by Julianna Cuevas and Megan Ross, is taking place in conjunction with the display of the original manuscript of Jack Kerouac's 'On The Road', and promises a "a 21st Century examination of the themes of Jack Kerouac's seminal novel [...] through sound, installation, performance, video and fine art...".

Next week's opening reception for 'Off The Beaten Road' should not be missed, as Jeff will be creating a wall drawing 'live' during the opening preceedings. That's Friday, October 3, 5-8 pm, while the show continues through November 8th. More info here...

Saturday, September 6, 2008

ART PARADE CANCELLED!

Today's Art Parade has unfortunately been canceled due to the impending storm! More info on rescheduled date as soon as we have it...

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Chili Moon Town Tour Productions participate in Art Parade

Now in its fourth year, the parade, which is co-organized and sponsored by Deitch Projects, Creative Time and Paper Magazine, kicks off at 4pm on West Broadway, and will wind its way slowly south towards Grand Street.

This year’s parade will include over 90 projects by artists, performers and designers, including floats, balloons, placards, portable sculptures, performances and street spectacles, by the likes of Barry McGee, Clare Rojas, Yoko Ono, The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black and our very own Anna and Daniel, who will be presenting Anna's sculptural tableau on a bed wheeled by a coterie of Daniel-outfitted collaborators!

More info on the parade here, and on Chili Moon Town Tour Productions here and here...

Ian Burns in Dublin

Ian Burns' solo show 'Don't Try This At Home' opens at Dublin gallery Mother's Tank Station tonight, September 3rd. The exhibition continues through October 11th, more info here.