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, Donald Judd, Yves Klein, Willem De Kooning, Yayoi Kusama, Sherrie Levine, Agnes Martin, Mondrian, Louise Nevelson, Barney Newman, Kenneth Noland, Meret Oppenheim, Jackson Pollock, Man Ray, Robert Ryman, Ad Reinhardt, Rembrandt, Norman Rockwell, Robert Smithson, Haim Steinbach, Tapies, Wayne Thiebaud, Mark Toby, Velasquez, DaVinci, Andy Warhol, Rachel Whiteread
All works produced by local Chicago artists: Samir Biscevic, Grace Cole, Ben Dallas, JB Daniel, Carol Dolan, Kevin Evensen, Margaret Jo Feldman, Ramigio Gudin, Jackie Kazarian, Barbara Koenen, Burleigh Kronquist, Richard Laurent, Ronald Lindenberg, Arthur Lerner, Nathan Mason, Steve Mueller, Merry-Beth Noble, Dennis Pantazis, Mur Quaglia, Margy Stover, Hague Williams, Serene Wise.
Music provided by The Steve Duke Trio bringing together the talents of saxophonist Steve Duke, guitarist Zvonimir Tot, and bassist Marlene Rosenberg in a unique collaboration that celebrates jazz. The three are each artists in their own right, who bring original works and improvisation together to form a lyrical jazz voice.
More info at http://www.steveduke.net/trio/
Curated by: Vesna Rebernak, Ben Dallas, Margy Stover