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Art Exhibit in an Artist's Life

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4Art exhibit visitorYesterday I had a very good time at the exhibit opening. Robin, the gallery owner was welcoming me with a big, comforting hug. In the back office, which is also her own exhibiting place has been a table set with wine and appetizers. People were already talking and enjoying the art in the gallery. Since she moved her gallery from Pilsen to Zhou B Art Center I have not seen her, so the gallery's setting in the art center was very new for me.

The 87,000 sq. ft. building in Bridgeport is owned by the Zhou brothers since 2004. "The Zhou B Art Center opens Exhibitions every 3rd Friday of the month with an evening reception from 7pm-10pm. These events are free of charge and provide the community of Bridgeport and the Chicago area a unique opportunity to explore a blend of international and local art. The artists-in-residence at the Art Center open their studios to visitors, making this a unique opportunity for the community to meet working artists and discuss their work in person. The variety of the work produced by the artists-in-residence and the four in-house gallery spaces makes the Zhou B Art Center 3rd Friday Exhibitions one of the most diverse art experiences in the city."


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