quarta-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2011

Chicago Art Magazine's "40 Artists Over 40 Years" series launches toda

"Older Than Jesus"

Today, Chicago Art Magazine launches the “40 Over 40” series which will spotlight forty great local artists born before February 11, 1971.  (See the press release where we take a pot shot at the New Museum's Younger Than Jesus Exhibit). The series will consist of eight articles which will be posted, beginning today and continuing through 2/28/11.

Today we published “40 Over 40: Artist Run Spaces” and next week is installation and performance, the representationa painters, etc.

We’ll let our other articles speak for themselves below. ALSO NOTE:  we’re doing a 50% off sale if you buy an ad via email in February. So the slideshow/sponsored posts packages which dominate the site are suddenly just $300. First come first serve, we have 4 spots left. We got so busy with new advertisers for our theatre and film sites, that we overlooked our flagship magazine.

Here we go:

Your Art World: Or, The Limits of Connectivity

Gallery Representation: The How and Why

Theaster Gates: The Dorchester Project

Top Street Art of November, December 2010

Coalition Gallery: Artist Spotlight on Robin Dluzen

Get These Motherf@#$@$ Ants Off My Motherf$#$%# Cross (Part 2)

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs to Conduct Survey of Chicago Art and Creative

Art and Food Roundup No. 2

Klein Artist Works

Breakout Artists Over 40: Nominations

Installation Artists Working with Wood (Part One)

Catherine Schwalbe-Bouzide’s Corn Party: Intent and Reception of Social Art

Celestial Bodies in the City: The corporeal and virtual worlds of Mark Jeffery and Judd

Is Time Really Everything? Time-Based Artists

Online Class for Success: Klein Artist Works

DwJohnson Photography

Art or Entertainment?: Leone Reeves, Lee Heinemann and “Whoop Dee Doo”

National Wet Paint 2011 Exhibition at Zhou B – January 21

Printpalooza Celebrates Indie Print Creation & Innovation

Creating Vs. Destroying – Murphy Hill Gallery Art as an Inclusive Force within

Pianist Gabriela Montero Makes Her Chicago Debut at Harris Theater

Installation Artists Working with Wood
 Part II: The Theoretical

Sixty Inches From Center: New Chicago Art Archive

Snow Days Chicago at Navy Pier

An Unknown Error Has Occurred: New Media and Glitch Art

Tom Palazzolo: The only way to visit “Jerry’s Deli”

Ox-Bow Fundraiser and Friday Night Party

Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art at Chicago Cultural Center

Artists Over 40 Series: A Studio Visit with Deborah Boardman

Performance as Art and Theater: Rooms - Part 1: An Interview with Marrakesh Frugia

David Weinberg Photography – Grand Opening

Performance as Art and Theater: Rooms Part 2: An Interview with Todd Frugia

Vanishing Act Ephemeral Installation Artists Part I

Artists You Should Know: Pamela Fraser’s Picks

Top Street Art of January

“Let us think of these things always. May we speak of them never.” – MCA Stage

40 Over 40: Artist-Run Spaces

40 Artists Over 40 Years of Age

Kathryn and the Spiders from Mars at Chicago Art Magazine, part of the Chicago Art Machine

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