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Text, Drugs, and Rock & Roll // PART I

Text, Drugs, and Rock & Roll // PART I
Text? Check. Drugs? Debatable. Rock and roll? Art stars aplenty. At least, one of the show’s artists walked around cradling a handmade Jack Daniels plushie (probably the world’s most comforting security blanket, to be quite honest). Featuring an international group of over 40 artists working across different media, Text, Drugs, and Rock & Roll opened last Friday at Maxwell Colette Gallery with... 

Gabriel Specter: Repeat Offender

Gabriel Specter: Repeat Offender
This week will be the last chance to view New York street artist Gabriel Specter’s solo show, Repeat Offender. The artwork was created specifically for this show during a short-term residency at Chicago gallery space, Pawn Works. If you missed out on this one [no worries] Nick and Seth (Co-Directors of the space) have plenty more programming worth checking out this summer. Gabriel Specter from... 

On Chicago Street Art: Community

On Chicago Street Art: Community
Part I: Chicago street artist Blutt talks about his work and experiences living as a street artist in Chicago. Blutt: The name I use for my artwork is Blutt. I live in Chicago and grew up around the Midwest and just kind of based on the stuff I grew up with like the music and skateboarding and graffiti and comic books. I do mostly nowadays stuff that is studio work paintings and drawings but I also... 
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