Sunday, November 15, 2009

Michael Jankowski... "Hidden Relics"

I spent a few hours yesterday painting some accent walls in Gallery 180, in preparation for the installation of the subtly-dramatic “Hidden Relics” exhibition. The exhibition of fifteen paintings and drawings—created by Chicago Artist, Michael Jankowski—opens this week with a catered reception on Friday November 20th from 5:30-7:30. The imagery focuses on the significant objects in our lives, which evoke memories of the past. For those interested in a preview, the installation of the show should be complete by Monday afternoon. All work is available for purchase. Gallery 180 of The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago, is located at 180 North Wabash—the corner of Lake and Wabash—in Chicago’s Loop.

1 comment:

  1. the best things of an exhibition are those few hours before to hang the works on the wall .
    and the few hours between when everything is ready and the opening ...
    doesn't matter how many times we do this ... it is always a special pleasure .
    i am going to check the works on internet if it is possible .
    thanks !!