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Bridge Art Fair
Chicago, IL
Merchandise/Apparel Mart
350 West Mart Center


April 26-30, 2014
ADAMS - Alex
Glass, mixed media
BOOTH #64


ART+BRUNCH

in the West Loop
Sunday, April 29, 2014
join 8 galleries in the hip west loop neighborhood for a strolling brunch before heading over the Mart for the BRIDGE Art Fair and ART Chicago!

Plenty of street parking - just blocks away from the Mart !!


www.explorefultonmarket.com
for more info!


In 1977, The Merchandise Mart’s sister building, the Chicago Apparel Center, was completed. The 1.7 million-sq.-ft. building houses wholesale apparel showrooms, office and retail space, along with a 3,400-sq.-ft. conferencing facility and the Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza, a 525-room, business class hotel. More than 800,000 sq. ft. is used for office space and includes major tenants such as: Chicago Sun-Times, SBC Communications, Inc., Bank of America, Fiserv Solutions, Comcast SportsNet, Illinois Institute of Art, fob.com and RCN.
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For the Bridge Art Fair, Garofalo Architects, designers of the exciting new home of the Hyde Park Art Center, has designed a state-of-the-art floorplan that makes creative, intelligent use of 22,000 square feet of delightfully raw space on the Apparrel Center's twelfth floor. Garofalo Architects also brings their unique design perspective to the Bridge Fair's visitor lounges, project spaces, reception and bar areas, as well as lighting and entry theatrics. Projects include unique "beacon"-style window signs and several special efforts both in- and outside the building that will transform the Apparel Center into a massive visual landmark for the duration of the event.

FEUER - Lindsay
Porcelain

HAUGH - Kimberley
Blown hot sculpted glass

ICHIKAWA - Etsuko
Pyrograph

MILNE - Greg
Pigment on photo rag / mixed media

MURPHY - Meghan
Oil, wax, photo transparency, glass mirror/ mixed media

PASCAL
Wood, mixed media

ROLLINS - Mike
Oil acrylic on canvas

WALLIN - Jeff
Kiln formed glass
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