Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Next up, drawer and painter Noah Furman is trying his hand at a diorama within the faux wood parameters of the Medicine Cabinet. It will be the only way for a healthy transition into the holidays. You can check out more of his stuff here. This opening will be one for the history books because it will coincide with the Ping Pong of Gods event in the Second Bedroom. Mark it on your calenders.
Friday, December 19th, 7-11pm
3216 s. Morgan st.
Apt 4r
Chicago, Il, 60608

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Opening pushed to November 8th

We had to push back the opening date to the 8th.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008


TIMOTHY PIGOTT Opening Reception Saturday November 8, 7-11pm
Timothy Pigott is a collector or archivist of sorts. He catalogs his experiences at the Wilson Skateboard park religiously. You can experience this in explicit detail at his site SUCH LUCK and perhaps live vicariously through the video and photographs that describe so well the experience of skateboarding at Wilson Skatepark. Lucky for the curratorial board here at Medicine Cabinet,Timothy is also a producer of incredibly detailed and poignant portraits of dead people and friends. In regards to his outstanding track record, we here at the M.C. are confident that the fruit of Tim's labor will be greatly tempting, perfectly ripe, and most importantly nutritional! I hope you can come and see whatever the hell he is going to put in the cabinet. This show is the same night as Ann Campbells' Getting Strong Now, in the Second Bedroom. Radness!

Friday, August 8, 2008


This is a drawing by Rollin Hunt who happens to be an all around righteous fellow. He makes amazing paintings, drawings, comics and music. He will be the first in the cabinet. The opening is September 13 starting at 8 pm. You can check out Rollins art and music here . Keep in mind that the opening will coincide with that of Mathew Paul Jinks installation titled Because It All Shifts, in the Second Bedroom Project Space, so the night should be exponentially spectacular. Peace!

Monday, August 4, 2008