Anatomically Correct presents
Over 100 kites made by over 50 local professional artists.
On display at
Bailiwick Arts Center, 1229 West Belmont, Chicago, IL
The Theatre Building, 1225 West Belmont, Chicago, IL
Viewing Hours are Tues Sat 1 6 pm; Sun 3 7
through January 6, 2001
There is no charge for viewing the artwork.
For the first time in Chicago's history, eight of Chicago's Fine Art Galleries have teamed up to present artist-made kites. Organized by Windy City Arts, the kites will be showcased in several locations.
The kites will be on exhibition for ONE WEEK ONLY from December 8 through December 15, 2000 with an opening reception at the various galleries on Friday, December 8th from 5-8 pm at the following locations:
Ann Nathan, 218 West Superior
Thomas McCormick Gallery, 835 West Washington
Ingrid Fassbender, 835 West Washington
Kavi Gupta-Vedanta 1 & 2, 8335 West Washington
Jan Cicero, 835 West Washington
FLATFILE, 119 North Peoria
Painted, 119 North Peoria
Anatomically Correct at 1225 West Belmont and 1229 West Belmont
(Anatomically Correct's kite exhibition will continue through January 6, 2001.)
Pepper by Gregory Meijia, Sconce by Bob Hartzell, Self Portrait by Carlos Cortez
Chicago School and Stone Container Building kites by Frank Crowley,
Centipede Portrait Kite by Students from Kenwood High School
Other artists include Simone Bouyer, William Mitchell, Charlie Thorne, Virginia Hurley,
Will Gallagher, Betty Ann Mocek, Miriam Sokolof, Rachel Hamill, James Negley,
Jessica L. Kronika, Tom Robinson, Marilyn Propp, Ruby Barnes, Gail Colpitts
and students from Lakeview High School.
Anatomically Correct is a non-profit corporation dedicated to showcasing work by artists in public spaces in a combined effort to educate, diversify and promote community awareness of the visual and performing arts. For more information or to purchase artwork: