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September 2019

Unfiltered Infinite

2019-09-11T17:26:23+00:00

  So much gets overlooked in the bigger picture. For those who take their time, slow down to observe, a hidden world is revealed. In a single drop of water are rainbow colors. The pistil-center of a flower, like eyes wide open, stares back at the viewer. Edwige Massart points her camera at the ordinary, [...]

Unfiltered Infinite2019-09-11T17:26:23+00:00

June 2019

Contemporary Persian Art

2019-06-18T15:16:07+00:00

The prints, marker on paper, skirts most motifs of Islamic art to include a preponderance  of music, animals, extraterrestrials swimming in a background of sky all overseen by an omniscient eye—or in some cases, eyes. Each piece has a story to tell. Everybody’s Coffee is proud to present an exhibition of prints by Iranian artist [...]

Contemporary Persian Art2019-06-18T15:16:07+00:00

April 2019

Uplift Art Show: Identity

2019-04-24T16:24:36+00:00

Who are we? Social media tells us one thing. Teachers, parents, and friends say something else. Every day we are defining who we are.  What is portraiture? It’s choice. It’s the ability to position your body in the world for the world to celebrate you on your own terms.---Kehinde Wiley Catina Robinson has been teaching [...]

Uplift Art Show: Identity2019-04-24T16:24:36+00:00

February 2019

Sarah Cook Art Show and Interview

2019-03-11T15:31:32+00:00

Opening Reception Friday, March 8, 2019 6:00 p.m. Everybody's Coffee 935 W. Wilson Ave. Uptown, Chicago At the still point of the turning world. Neither flesh nor fleshless; Neither from nor towards; at the still point— there the dance is T.S. Eliot, "The Four Quartets" The world feels a bit crazy (as well as the [...]

Sarah Cook Art Show and Interview2019-03-11T15:31:32+00:00

September 2018

Interview with Artist Steve Prince

2018-10-22T16:39:08+00:00

Were there any particular artists that inspired you or that you wanted to emulate when you were younger? Michelangelo, Charles White, Elizabeth Catlett, Ernie Barnes, Jacob Lawrence, Aaron Douglas, John Biggers, John Scott, and Rembrandt.  And the list goes on . . . How did you come to find yourself a printmaker? I chose the [...]

Interview with Artist Steve Prince2018-10-22T16:39:08+00:00

August 2018

Indigo: The Color of Whiteness

2019-02-18T19:35:03+00:00

"Indigo | the color of whiteness", a series of paintings by artist Maggie Hubbard, presents icons of the white middle class. These objects and scenes take on new meaning when solely depicted with indigo dye, an ancient pigment fraught with power, colonization, and slavery. Hubbard’s work asks two critical questions of our time: who is [...]

Indigo: The Color of Whiteness2019-02-18T19:35:03+00:00

July 2018

3rd Annual Great Lakes Coffee Showcase Recap

2018-07-13T14:50:10+00:00

The buzz in the room, a mix of over-caffeinated observers and excited competitors, was impossible to ignore. The third annual Great Lakes Coffee Showcase was a hit! With talented roasters, baristas, and coffee-lovers from all over the Midwest, and an incredible space—the Wilson Abbey in Chicago—how could it not be? The Wilson Abbey is an [...]

3rd Annual Great Lakes Coffee Showcase Recap2018-07-13T14:50:10+00:00

November 2017

NEW ART SHOW: Watercolors by Bill Bartelt

2018-04-30T13:47:52+00:00

Everybody’s Coffee is thrilled to exhibit Winter Dreams: Watercolors by Bill Bartelt. Twilight comes early to the alleys of Chicago in November and December. Often we fall into a state of ennui, somewhere between sleep and wakefulness, caught up in Winter Dreams. Bill Bartelt’s watercolors embodies this mood, the shadows cast by streetlights, a rainy afternoon on Michigan Avenue, [...]

NEW ART SHOW: Watercolors by Bill Bartelt2018-04-30T13:47:52+00:00

July 2017

NEW ART SHOW: Paintings by Suzanne Stewart

2018-03-06T16:48:54+00:00

Everybody’s Coffee 935 W. Wilson, Chicago, IL 60640  July 28 – August 31 Opening Reception: Friday, July 28, 6 – 8 p.m. Free Despite the harsh conditions of the desert and hardscrabble ground, the succulent perseveres, finding water and nourishment. Everybody’s Coffee located at 939 W. Wilson, Chicago is proud to present its latest art exhibit, [...]

NEW ART SHOW: Paintings by Suzanne Stewart2018-03-06T16:48:54+00:00

Artist Candace Casey Died on June 30

2018-03-06T16:50:08+00:00

 On June 30 we lost one of our Everybody's Coffee artists, Candace Casey. Candace's spring 2016 show, Ethereal Abandonment, explored that space between holding on and letting go—a place she knew well as she walked the tightrope between life and death in her fight against cancer. She threw herself into her artwork—a unique process of [...]

Artist Candace Casey Died on June 302018-03-06T16:50:08+00:00