"It's the Political Economy, Stupid," "Suicide Narcissus," and the rest of your weekend in visual arts

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The Tyranny of Good Taste - Pink Marble Cut by Brandon Anschultz
  • COURTESY GLASS CURTAIN GALLERY
  • Pink Marble Cut, by Brandon Anschultz, from "The Tyranny of Good Taste"
Stimulate your retinas with something visually appealing this weekend. Here's what's going down in visual arts.

Thursday 12/12

"The Tyranny of Good Taste" at Columbia College Glass Curtain Gallery Work from 15 artists from around the country that explores the theme of making art during hard economic times. On display weekdays through 1/25. Read Sarah Nardi's review here.

Friday 12/13

"Mike's Kind of Town" at Cobalt Studio The kickoff of an exhibit featuring street photography by Mike Pocius. Opening reception 6-10:30 PM.

Saturday 12/14

"In the Hood: Portraits of African American Professionals" at Zhou B Art Center The final day to view paintings by Cesar Conde.

"It's the Political Economy, Stupid" at Gallery 400 The last day to see works exploring the financial crisis of 2008. Read Aimee Levitt's write-up here.

"ART/TECH: Interface" at Arc Gallery The last day to view work from a variety of artists that examines the impact of advancements in technology on their lives and experiences. Juried by Jan Tichy.

Sunday 12/15

"Suicide Narcissus" at Renaissance Society Your final chance to view a group show featuring multidisciplinary work, including sculptures, site-specific installations, and video.

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