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Friday, 4th of November 5:30-9:30pm   Stephen Mueller COFFEE Bookabie Turn 2005 coffee on paper 22″ x 30″ Robert Mueller has a history of exploiting the page as a map for charting journeys through subjective terrain; the real geography traversed (most importantly Iceland) is the jumping off point. Few artists […]


Point Tandem

Friday, 4th of November 5:30-8:30pm   Collaborative Gentle Harbor 2004silk screen on lithograph 15″ x 21″ The Diarists: Recent Work by Robert and Stephen Mueller The task of the diarist is to take timely account of experience before too much is forgotten. Professional diarists, such as historians, journalists and scientists, […]


Recent works by former Artemisia members

Friday, 7th of October 5:30-9:30pm   Entry Gallery Stacy Hand – mixed media, Susan Sensemann – photography Gallery A/1 Sally Havlis – painting Gallery A/2 Jean-Marie Casbarian – video installation Main Gallery Angela Altenhofen – mixed media Karen Brow – drawing Judy Koon – painting Ellie Wallace – encaustic Angela […]


Echoes of complicity

Saturday, 9th of July 5-9pm   ENDI POSKOVIC, Sunny Day Over the Bay, 4-block 12-color woodcut hand-printed on Kozo Okawara paper   MIZA HADZIC-MOREAU, Symbol of One, gelatine silver print Wherever we live, whatever our nationality, the conflicts of the world have entered our daily reality. Stories of violent death, […]


Interpret/Interrupt

Friday, 13th of May 6-9pm   The diverse works in this show investigate, play with and subvert the ever shifting set of parameters that surround the presentation/representation of art in a gallery/institution space. ART EXHIBIT BY: Jens Brasch, JB Daniel (also on the 6th floor stairwell podium), Vesna Grbovic, Carrrie […]


Close-Up, Good Bye Lenin

Thursday, April 28@ 7PM Close-Up “A dense and subtle masterpiece from Iran (1990, 97 min.) by Abbas Kiarostami (Taste of Cherry), this documentary–or is it pseudodocumentary?–follows the trial of an unemployed film buff in Tehran who impersonated acclaimed filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf and became intimate with a well-to-do family while pretending […]


Knock Off

Friday, 1st of April 6-9pm   Join us for the April Fool’s “knock-off” art show that will knock your socks off. LIPA Gallery, 410 S Michigan Ave, Fifth Floor, Chicago Come get your faux cheap: Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Van Eyck, Lucio Fontana, Arshile Gorky, Hans Haacke, Hokusai, Jasper Johns, […]


In Praise of Love

Thursday, March 3@ 7:15PM In Praise of Love Please join us for a film showing this coming Thursday, on the 3rd of March,at 7:15 pm. Cinematic iconoclast Jean-Luc Godard returned to the forefront of contemporary cinema in 2002 with “In Praise of Love” (Eloge de l’Amour). Shot in both black […]


Old New Borrowed Blue

Friday, 4th of February 6-9pm Entry Gallery DIMITAR MANEV, MARY DRITSCHEL, SAMIR BISCEVIC, DUSAN KIRBIS, STEPHEN MUELLER, LEAH FERARA. Gallery A/1 ERIKA MARIJA BAJUK, RON BERMAN, CAROL DOLAN, BURLEIGH KRONQUIST, SERENE WISE, GREG BEISE Gallery A/2 BEATRIZ LEDESMA, LINDA GLYMAN, FLOYD ATKINS Main Gallery KEVIN EVENSEN, MUR QUAGLIA, SALLY HAVLIS, […]


Immersion Point

L.I.P.A. Galley presents Immersion Point. This exhibit features artists working across borders, whether geographical, cultural, or conceptual. They conflate and blur the lines between the poetic, the political, and the personal. The opening event will feature a performative lecture and panel discussion focusing on various strategies of resistance – from […]


Recent Works

Opening reception with the artists on Friday, September 17th, 2004 Exhibit runs through October 29th Ben Dallas and Burleigh Kronquist as DAA (dual application agency) Jean-Marie Casbarian Michael Hopkins Arthur Lerner Terri Zupanc Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday from 12 - 6pm October 12, 7 pm ODE ON MANHATTAN AVENUE A visual […]


“Palpable Disequilibrium” Contemporary Art in Romania

Roundtable Discussion on Art and Politics in Romania with Dan and Lia Perjovschi, Matei Bejenaru, Aurelian Craiutu, Assistant Political Science Professor at Indiana University, Sever Voinescu, Romanian Consul in Chicago, and Olga Stefan: November 7, 6-8pm A group show of interactive site-specific installations by Matei Bejenaru, Ioan Godeanu, Teodor Graur, […]


7th annual “summer summit”

Opening reception on Saturday, 11th of September 2003 from 6:00 – 10:00pm Artists Bios Many times artists hope to situate some of the responsibility of history-making in their individual artistic process — showing the complexity of personal history and social experience and its connection to current political, and global change. […]


7th annual “summer summit”: Artist Bios

Vladimir Skoda – Czech Republic/France Is internationally recognized sculptor, who was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1942 and since 1968 lives in France. After 1991 he lives and works in both, Czech Republic and France. He finished his studies at the at the LâEcole des Beaux Arts, in Paris, lived […]


where to where from: Artist Bios

Anya Belyat-Giunta – Russia (lives in USA) was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1975. In 1998, she received a B.F.A from Minneapolis College of Art and Design. In 1996 she was a recipient of Florence Honours Scholarship which allowed her to study at the Academia Di Belle Arti in […]


where to where from

Opening reception on Saturday, 10th of May 2003 from 5:00 – 9:00pm Artists Bios   Immigrants Displaced, Anya Belyat-Giunta Anya Belyat’s imagery of displaced worlds of immigrants carried from one continent to another in a suitcase, reliving and redrawing their lives in a new personal way, draws attention to the […]


All or Nothing

Opening reception on Saturday, 15th of March from 6:00 – 8:00pm / Conversation with the artists from 4:30 – 6:00 Concept: These six artists are operating on the verge of what they can see and what’s hidden, between what they know and what can’t be articulated. They are balancing on […]