When: Fri., Jan. 8, 5 p.m. 2010
For thirty six years, artist Robert Guinan has used Chicago’s moody blues clubs, skidrow memories, lonely el trains, etc. as the setting for his Ashcan School reminiscent paintings. Guinan’s work is new to Chicago audiences- the Chicago artist using the city of big shoulders as his exclusive locale has been solely represented in Paris at Galerie Albert Loeb since 1973. Robert Guinan’s exhibition will open at Ann Nathan Gallery on Friday January 8th. Call 312.664.6622 for further information.