Eat, Drink, & Art; Gallery Preview Event & Mixer
Enjoy fine wine, amazing food, and incredible art at Gallery Bar on Friday August 22nd. Aharon Gluska is having his 1st Exhibition in Chicago in spring 2015. Mix & Mingle Chicago is hosting a HUGE event where you can eat, drink, and get a sneak peak at his incredible work.
About Aharon Gluska: Israeli artist Aharon Gluska was born in Hadera, Israel and currently resides in New York. Gluska made a name for himself in the art community with his moving work of faces of victims of the Holocaust. The images appear to suggest faces appearing from a mist or from time past, as if midway between absence and presence, in and out of the memory of the viewer. Gluska’s most recent work of abstract landscape can easily be confused for a photograph. The intricate detail in his oil paintings is produced using a water based technique that took Aharon over 15 years to develop.
Gluska’s Public Collections
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, USA
Bowdoin College Art Museum, Miami, FL, USA
The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Cornell University Museum, Ithaca, NY, USA
Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
The Jewish Museum, New York, NY, USA
The Tel-Aviv Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Yad Vashem Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
View more about this artist & his work at www.Gluskastudio.com
When: Friday August 22nd
Where: Gallery Bar, 738 N Clark, Chicago (small sign, located right next to Clark Street Ale House)
Time: 7:30pm check in, 8-10pm Gallery Preview& Mixer
Price: $5 Early bird special if you prepay online OR $10 cash at the door
Included in ticket price: Reserved area at Gallery Bar for our mixer & preview event, drink specials, light appetizers, ice breaker activities, and more.
Parking: Street parking, near by lots & valet, and right by CTA (brown & red line)
What to do when you arrive: Walk up the stairs to Gallery Bar & check in with Devon. This is kind of a hidden gem in Chicago but it is right next to Clark Street Ale House which has a huge sign so you can’t miss it.
Questions? Email [masked]