Jaime Valero, Dirk Dzimirsky, Micahel Van Zeyl, Kip Omolade, Michelle Doll, Reuben Negron, Matthew Cherry, Nick Ward, Diego Quiros, Angela Hardy, Jennifer Moore, Nadine Robbins, Jeff Bess, Cesar Conde, Jaime Valero, Victoria Selbach, Daniel Maidman, Daena Title, Pauline Aubey, Erica Elan Ciganek, Elizabeth Claire, Geraldine Rodriguez, Suzy Smith, Jan Brandt, Sharon Pomales, Natalie Roseman, Adam Holzrichter, Mike Selbach, Debra Balchen, Lacey Lewis, Melinda Whitmore, Christopher Slaymaker, John Walker, Jeff Filipski, John Korn, Sonne Hernandez, Steven Da Luz, Patrick Earl Hammie, Debra Livingston, Francien Krieg, Adrian Cox, Dorielle Caimi, Bryce Ramming, Angela Swan, Shana Levenson, Daliah Ammar, Joyce Polance, Omalix, Martin Easley, JM Culver, Jef Tonnelli, Tanja Gant, Mary Jones Easley, Katalin Studlik
About Zhou B Art Center
The Zhou B Art Center is a private, non-government funded art center designed to facilitate the exchange of contemporary art between Chicago and the international art community. The 87,000 square feet art center offers innumerable possibilities for exploring the arts in a charismatic location and collectively form an extravagant art center fusing culture and creativity.
The Zhou B Art Center was founded in 2003 by the world renowned artists, the Zhou Brothers. It is now home to several exhibition spaces, a cafe, an art store, galleries and artist studios. It has established itself as the premier venue for internationally recognized art shows and events and continues to galvanize the South Side and the Bridgeport neighborhood as the most interesting new area for the arts in Chicago.
Event information: Exhibitions Dates: April 15 to May 14, 2016 Opening Date/Reception: Friday, April 15, 2016 Time: 7 pm to 10 pm www.zhoubartcenter.com www.poetsandartists.com
Sergio Gomez Curator/Director of Exhibitions Zhou B Art Center