EBERSMOORE






General:

November, 2011
EBERSMOORE is moving! Our new address is:

350 North Ogden
Suite 100
Chicago, IL 60607

We will reopen January 6, 2012 after the completion of our new space.

September, 2011
"Art gallery directors play a larger role than meets the eye"
Chicago Tribune

"Meet the directors"
Chicago Tribune

April, 2011

We will be participating in the MDW Fair April 23 - 24, 2011, be sure to check us out at Booth 222. Click here for directions.

January, 2011
EBERSMOORE welcomes three artists to their program, Heidi Norton, Russell Tyler, and Ann Toebbe

October, 2010
Artist talk with Edra Soto, Saturday October 9 at 1:30 pm in collaboration with the Chicago Artist's Month


June, 2010
EBERSMOORE named Best New Gallery by the Chicago Reader!

April, 2010

Booth 7061
April 30 - May 3, 2010

December, 2009
Newcity's Top 5 of Everything 2009: Art & Museums

Top 5 New Spaces
Mvseum
Clutch Gallery
Ebersmoore
Eel Space
Spoke
—Jason Foumberg

Mention in the Chicago Tribune: (excerpt from Good visual art everywhere in 2009)
"Not that apartment, pop-up and living-room galleries are anything to balk at. Alternative galleries thrived this year like speakeasies during Prohibition. When the money disappears, folks get creative. And, sometimes, they win: ebersmoore (formerly ebersb9), which we wrote about in the summer, graduated from co-founder Sara Ebers' West Town one-bedroom apartment to a commercial space on Morgan Street, in the Fulton Market area and around the corner from Packer Schopf Gallery (which is turning some heads with a mother-daughter show, "On TV/Off TV," by Ann and Maria Ponce). Ebers and partner Dominic Paul Moore seem to have found their footing. Friday marks the opening of ebersmoore's sophomore exhibit in its new space, Midwestern painter Scott Stulen's solo show, "Kool-Aid Drunk," which looks promising."
Full article.

September, 2009
Exciting changes are taking place at ebersb9! Due to the gallery's success and recent publicity, we have outgrown our "tiny but noteworthy" b9 studio.

Our upcoming exhibition, "Group Painting Show", featuring Howard Fonda, Amy Mayfield, Tyson Reeder, Sebastian Vallejo and Paul Wackers will be the last exhibition at the current ebersb9 location with the current ebersb9 name. In our new location the gallery will no longer be ebersb9 and will change to ebersmoore. We are excited for the changes ahead and are thankful of everyone's support! Stay tuned for address change as well as a closing reception for the "Group Painting Show" in the new location.

August, 2009
Gallery write up in Chicago Tribune

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Rob Carter:

November, 2011
Bad at Sports interview by Heidi Norton.

September, 2011
Culte Reviews:

TimeOut
ArtSlant
Flavorpill
Chicago Tribune
Art Letter

July, 2010
Imperial Video at Ramis Barquet, Metropolis viewing at Times Square 44 1/2, and participation in Shanghai World Expo.

December, 2009
Newcity's Top 5 of Everything 2009: Art & Museums

Top 5 Gallery Shows
Rob Carter, Ebersmoore Gallery
Big Youth, Corbett vs. Dempsey
Sarah Krepp, Roy Boyd Gallery
Everybody! Visual resistance in feminist health movements, 1969-2009, I Space
Ali Bailey, Golden Gallery
—Jason Foumberg

November, 2009
Rob Carter premiers his video "Stone on Stone" in Slash at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York

Review for Stone on Stone Flavorpill

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Stephen Eichhorn:

March, 2011
Press for Flowers by Stephen Eichhorn Chicago Tribune, New City, and Longman and Eagle.

July, 2010
Chicago Tribune review of NEIU's collage show, featuring Alexis Mackenzie and Stephen Eichhorn.

Alexis Mackenzie and Stephen Eichhorn will be featured in NEIU Fine Arts Center Gallery'sNew Directions in Collage
Details:
June 14th - July 23rd 2010
Gallery Talk: TBA
Reception: Friday June 18th, 6-9pm

Stephen Eichhorn's new work at Columbia College Chicago's A&D Gallery, Friday, July 30 from 4 - 7pm at 619 S. Wabash.

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B.C. MacEachran:

August, 2010
Check out the review for The Big Gray Con in flavorpill.

June, 2009
Link to the fecal face post for B.C. MacEachran's Shooting Stars.

May, 2009
news outside the gallery...
B.C. MacEachran was in a group show, "SPORTS" in LA at Synchronicity, curated by Ryan Travis Christian. Link

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Alexis Mackenzie:

February, 2011
Alexis Mackenzie at ECC's Safety-Kleen Gallery, February 8 – March 5, 2011. There will be an opening reception on Tuesday, February 8th from 5:00 – 7:30pm. She is also in a two-person exhibition, "Bloom & Gloom," featuring new works on paper at Swarm Gallery in Oakland.

January, 2011
Link to a New York Times commissioned work

July, 2010
Chicago Tribune review of NEIU's collage show, featuring Alexis Mackenzie and Stephen Eichhorn.

Alexis Mackenzie and Stephen Eichhorn will be featured in NEIU Fine Arts Center Gallery'sNew Directions in Collage
Details:
June 14th - July 23rd 2010
Gallery Talk: TBA

March 2010
Alexis Mackenzie @ POVevolving Gallery March 13th - April 8th, 2010

Book release of On Wonderland & Waste by Sandy Florian with collages by Alexis Anne Mackenzie

July, 2009
Alexis Mackenzie studio visit on Fecal Face

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Mark Muroney:

September, 2011
Ultrasonic VI Annual Group Exhibition: Mark Moore Gallery

Featuring:
Theodora Allen
Sebastiaan Bremer
Alika Cooper
Mark Mulroney
Okaymountain
Andrew Schoultz

June, 2011
reviews for A Hostile Womb
New City
Juxtapoz
May 20 - June 25, 2011

September, 2010
Mark Mulroney solo at Mixed Greens (New York) September 9–October 9, 2010.

January, 2010
TheChiGuide.com
Gapers Block
Daily Serving
Bad At Sports
Art Talk Chicago
Chicago Art Review
Chicago Tribune
New City

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Micheal Rea:

July, 2011
Elmhurst Art Museum
Michael Rea: Soirée (July 8 - September 4, 2011)

May, 2011
All Alone Beweep My Outcast State, at Kruger Gallery Chicago
A Group Show Curated by Katie Kahn

May 14 - June 18, 2011
Opening Reception Saturday, May 14, 5 - 8 pm

November, 2010
Daily Serving
New City
Beautiful Decay
Chicago Magazine
Boing Boing
Chicago Art Review
Art Letter

Other Press:
Daily Serving
Alumnus Profile, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Time Out Chicago

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Heidi Norton:

October, 2011
The second part of Not to See the Sun, Not to Touch the Earth

Opens:
October 3- October 28th
Reception: October 21, 6-9
Artist talk: Oct 19th 3-5:30

Not to Touch the Earth
Northeastern Illinois University
Fine Art Gallery
5500 N St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60625
(773) 442-4944

September, 2011
Not to See the Sun at EBERSMOORE reviewed in Frieze Mag September issue.
Please pick up a copy or read it here

http://www.frieze.com/issue/review/heidi-norton/

May, 2011
Check out the reviews for, Not to See the Sun

art ltd
Time Out
ArtSlant
New City
Flavorpill

February, 2011
If you're in the San Francisco area February 12 - March 20, 2011, check out Heidi Norton's solo exhibition "Between New Moons" at Hungryman's San Francisco space.

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Ann Toebbe:

October, 2011
UBS 12 × 12: New Artists/New Work:
October 8-30, 2011

Toebbe's meticulously detailed paintings, collages, and
drawingsToebbe's meticulously detailed paintings, collages, and
drawings comprise a fascinating world of domestic interiors
reconstructed from memory and depicted from multiple viewpoints.
Her three new large-scale works made of painted paper—The Doctor's
Wife, The Grocer's Wife, and The Photo Engraver's Wife—are based
on conversations with her mother, mother-in-law, and step-mother-in-law
that centered on fond memories of their childhood kitchens and the
difficulties of being a wife and mother in the 1940s and 50s.
With these works, the artist considers the role of women as homemakers
and the ongoing centrality of the kitchen within domestic life.
comprise a fascinating world of domestic interiors reconstructed
from memory and depicted from multiple viewpoints. Her three new
large-scale works made of painted paper—The Doctor's Wife,
The Grocer's Wife, and The Photo Engraver's Wife—are based on
conversations with her mother, mother-in-law, and step-mother-in-law
that centered on fond memories of their childhood kitchens and the
difficulties of being a wife and mother in the 1940s and 50s.
With these works, the artist considers the role of women as homemakers and the ongoing centrality of the kitchen within domestic life.

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Russell Tyler:

September, 2011
Pulse LA with Fouladi Projects, San Francisco
Booth A-14.
September 30-October 3rd

June, 2011
group show: Mr. Killer and Lady Paranoia Act 1
@ Polad-Hardouin Gallery in Paris.