Break Out the Fringe for Tomorrow’s 1920s-Themed Gala

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It was a time of outlaws, bootleggers and speakeasies. But, for our prohibition-themed annual Benefit and Auction tomorrow, it will be a night of jazz music, custom 1920s-era cocktails, and a live and silent auction featuring prints by both established and up-in-coming photographers.

The event, which runs 6 to 10 p.m., will be held at Room 1520, located at 1520 W. Fulton St. in Chicago.

The auction includes works by Penelope Umbrico, Olivo Barbieri, Dawoud Bey, Nick Kline, Lori Nix, Ken Fandell, John Sparagana, John Opera, John Baldessari, Jeremy Hobbs, Jennifer Ray, Sandro, Jan Theun van Rees, Guy Tillim, Dave Jordano, Corinne May Botz, Christian Patterson, Carrie Schneider and Alejandro Cartagena.

We can’t wait to see you all there!

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