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The opening for the Masters of Fine Arts exhibition at the Sullivan Galleries is a gala event. “Gala”  can mean your most heartfelt grunge, your most glittering find at the resale shop or an original hand stitched gown.  It’s the place to see and be seen.  I went in my usual Left Bank black turtle neck and caught some frames in my little Sony.  I’ll go back to have a closer look at the art work before the show closes. But without the context of the crowd (and what a crowd it was, numerically and sartorially) the art work may actually not be decipherable.

April 12–May 17, 2013

Sullivan Galleries, 33 S. State St., 7th floor,  312.629.6635

exhibitions-saic@saic.edu | http://www.saic.edu/exhibitions

HOURS: Tue- Sat, 11:00a.m. – 6:00p.m.

I recommend going to openings, not only for the art, but also to get a reading on the “art scene.” To take in the art work, you’ll want to be on your own solitary self some other time.

You can find a comprehensive listing of gallery openings at http://chicagogallerynews.com/openings.

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