Monday, November 14, 2005

exploring chicago gallery district

This is the beginning of a couple more posts I will feature on Chicago's art scene. These pics are from the galleries in the west loop. I really think the key to galleries succeeding is having clusters of galleries. This district felt like a small Chelsea. One thing I noticed is that the art didn't seem to be selling like I had thought.
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2 Comments:

Anonymous kevin said...

Never mind the dull, empty Chi-town art, I just want to say the Caps, though I used to root for them back in the 80's because they'd always go into triple OT in every playoff game then tragically lose, but I no longer can because their logo and uniform blow chunks nowadays (and you gotta look good too)and the mighty Wings wiped them off the proverbial map some years ago in the Cup. Wings are still the class act of the NHL, even without Hasek. Okay, I got that off my chest.

10:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sorry this isn't a hockey blog!!

2:20 PM  

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