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Sixty on Sixty: Jennifer Patiño

Sixty on Sixty: Jennifer Patiño
As part of our Sixty on Sixty series where we take our staff out from the shadows and into their own article, I had he pleasure of sitting down with Jennifer Patino. Patino is the other half of the editing team here at Sixty and while picking her brain we ventured not only into her involvement with the publication, but her heritage and poetry as well. Ray Figlewski: So I guess the best way to start... 

Investigating the Underground: The Art of Harry Sudman

Investigating the Underground: The Art of Harry Sudman
I have been aware of Harry Sudman’s paintings for several years but routinely missed opportunities to view his pieces in person.  After getting in touch with Sudman, we scheduled to meet at his studio in early May to view his paintings and discuss his process.  What I had anticipated to be a brief display of paintings and a quick chat morphed into a three hour, in-depth discussion about the Chicago... 

Galerie F: An Art Space for the Masses

Galerie F: An Art Space for the Masses
Accessible art. The phrase seems to be as dependable as an honest politician, but owners Zissou Tasseff-Elenkoff and Billy Craven along with Gallery Director Allie Whalen are trying to make it a staple of the Chicago art scene. Emerging from Tasseff-Elenkoff’s successful silk-screening studio FugScreens, the duo decided to open a space in Logan Square that not only showcases printmaking and street... 

Gallery Provocateur: Fostering Decadence

Gallery Provocateur: Fostering Decadence
Christopher Shy "Origami Ballerina"   Gallery Provocateur 2125 N. Rockwell St.   When viewing art in a gallery, it is traditional for the gallery to provide a neutral, blank space that will not detract from the art on display. This setting is ideal for clean, crisp works but for exhibitions focusing on more alternative fair, a sterile, sparse gallery would contradict the work to... 

October Guide to Chicago Art

October Guide to Chicago Art
This week might feel like Indian summer, but fall has officially begun. With all the orchard trips, haunted houses, corn mazes, and candy corn binges comes a great month for art. After all, every October in the Windy City is Chicago Artist’s Month. The sheer number of art events can be daunting, so not to worry, we’ve whipped up another one of our art guides filled with our favorites. Click... 

Going Mobile

Going Mobile
Going Mobile from Andrew Roddewig on Vimeo. On October 30th the Sixty Inches From Center (SIFC) team rented a truck, built a photo booth and took to the streets of Chicago to spread the word about Sixty Inches From Center. Artists Hebru Brantley and Brooks Golden designed original work to go on each side of the truck. Nicolette Caldwell and Tempestt Hazel toured around the city showing off their... 
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