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Amy Sell Art Exhibition at Hairpin Lofts.

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This will be the largest scale, most intense installation Amy Sell has ever completed – 32 feet long, enveloping the entire nose of the interior space of the flat iron building of the art center. This piece is part of a group show with artists that have been working around the topic of our changing neighborhood. You will be able to walk inside her piece and see it from all 6-corners of the intersection. Sounds awesome!

Exhibition details: re<new>alwill run from April 7th – April 26th, 2015 at the Hairpin Art Center, 2810 N Milwaukee Ave Fl 2, Chicago, IL 60618.  April 7th7-8:30 Soft Opening.  April 10th6-10 pm, Public opening reception.

Gallery hours: Wednesday 3-7 pm, Friday 5-7 pm and Saturday 2-5pm. Programming details:  April 12th1-3 pm Artist Talk.April 12th3-5 pm Community Potluck.April 15th8-10 pm, Death & Taxes party with musical erformances.April 18th8–10 pm, Music Performance: Raiz Nueva & TarnationApril 23rd7-8:30, Screening of Right to Wynwood documentary & Presentation by Marcos Feldman, NEIU Sociologist about artist’s relationship to gentrification.Hope to see you there!


Amy Sell Art Exhibition at Hairpin Lofts.

2810 N Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, IL 60618

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