Dan Carrier learns how a piece of vintage medical ephemera led musician Jesse Hackett in a completely new artistic direction
18 July, 2019 — By Dan Carrier
Jonathan Adler’s uplifting take on modern American glamour has revolutionised interiors – and his Greenwich Village apartment.
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Thursday June 13, 2019 | by Gabriela Iacovano
On view through August 25, 2019, at the Ed Paschke Art Center (EPAC) in Chicago, the exhibition “Lorraine Peltz: This Must Be the Place” investigates the multi-layered relationship between painter Lorraine Peltz and her late art-history professor husband (and prolific Glass magazine contributing editor).
By Kelly Aiglon / Featured / Latest / May 31, 2019Summer is 92 days long. Savor it. We know main attractions aren’t hard to find, so we sought out uniquely Chicago experiences that might not be on your radar yet, plus some road trips for when that get-outta-town feeling strikes. Enjoy the sun and don’t think about the “W” word.
With its myriad museums, gorgeous green spaces and remarkable restaurants, Chicago is anything but dull. But with so much to do, navigating the Windy City can be daunting.
BY THOMAS CONNORS / APRIL 15, 2019 2:08 PMThink museums in the Windy City and what comes to mind?
The Art Institute. The Field Museum. The Museum of Contemporary Art. In other words, the types of places you visit once, check off your list, and then promptly never return to again.
BY TOM WAWZENEK ON FEBRUARY 9, 2019 •
The Ed Paschke Art Center presents the exhibition, Andy Paczos: The Eye and the Hand, which showcases the paintings of Andy Paczos. Paczos executes his landscape paintings by remaining on site for the duration of the piece.
November 2, 2018
The New York Times travel section raised the ire of many Chicagoans when its recent '36 Hours In Chicago' guide ignored the entire South Side of the city and everything west of Damen.