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Ceci n�est pas un Vernissage

RICHARD SPEER
Thursday February 07
Chambers @ 916
916 NW Flanders St.
 
After nearly a decade of consistently engaging, boundary-blurring shows, Chambers is closing its doors, at least temporarily. Ceci n’est pas un Vernissage is its penultimate exhibition. Ever since it opened next to the old Elizabeth Leach Gallery downtown, Chambers fed on the creative energy of owner (and accomplished installation artist) Wid Chambers and a series of curators. Current director Martha Morgan aims to continue the gallery at a different location, but details remain sketchy. Chambers has had a great run, and we wish Wid Chambers well as he leaves the gallery business to concentrate on his own artistic projects. Feb. 7-16.

 



Where: Chambers @ 916
Phone: 227-9398
Address: 916 NW Flanders St.
Website: http://www.chambersgallery.com

 
 
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