"Double Dip," "To Perform, To Conceal," and the rest of your weekend in visual arts

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Self-portraits from To Perform, To Conceal
  • MOLLY SODA
  • Self-portraits from "To Perform, To Conceal"
After a week of sitting in the office, you need something exciting to look at this weekend. Here's what's going down in visual arts.

Friday 2/7

"The Gift of Broken Tracking Devices: Thinking With Our Hands" at Experimental Sound Studio Check out works on paper, like origami and finger painting by Judith A. Kasen and Michiko Itatani, accompanied by live music from local experimental sound artist MT Coast.

"Double Dip" at Saki Today marks the opening of an exhibition containing multidisciplinary work by Liz Born and Gabe Hoare, including woodwork, lithographs, and graphic designs. Reception 7-10 PM.

Saturday 2/8

"To Perform, To Conceal" at Crowded House Gallery Paul-David Young presents an exhibit featuring another artist's photographs, which he discovered in a Humboldt Park dumpster. But the photographer behind the work has been identified as Molly Soda, and she says she's perplexed by the whole thing. Read Aimee Levitt's write-up about the exhibit and her follow-up story on Molly Soda.

"Disparate Idioms and Desires" at Zolla/Lieberman Gallery The final day to view paintings by David Lozano that depict domestic spaces.

Sunday 2/9

"Chicago Artists Interpret Shakespeare" at Beverly Arts Center Your last chance to see a collection of works by 47 local artists inspired by the works of William Shakespeare.

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