Peter Hoffman
-TERRARIUM
Good Children Gallery
4037 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA
March 11-April 2, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday, March 11, 6-10 PM

Terrarium is a solo exhibition of 14 recent paintings and gouache drawings. Drawing from a cast of athletes smiling despite loss, body-builders obliviously improving themselves, and a group of absurd multi-limbed politicians regulating amidst vegetation, Terrarium is a reflection on the best and worst of now.

Images from the opening reception can be found here at The Advocate
-PAINTERS PAINTING PAINTERS
Kirschmann Gallery, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts
2800 Chartres St., New Orleans LA
March 18-April 22, 2017
Reception: Saturday, April 8, 6-8 PM

Group exhibition featuring works by: Kevin Brisco Jr., Aaron Collier, Natori Green, Peter Hoffman, Jeremy Jones, Erica Lambertson, Kaori Maeyama, Patch Somerville, Maddie Stratton, and John Isiah Walton.
More information about the exhibition can be found HERE.
-RE:TELL, Good Children Gallery in Atlanta
Atlanta Contemporary
535 Means St. NW, Atlanta GA
November 3-December 18, 2016

Good Children presents RE:TELL, an exhibition curated by Ashley Teamer from members of the Good Children Gallery in New Orleans, LA. The works included in RE:TELL use material culture as a medium to redefine objects and images through scale, repetition, and destruction. These recognizable traces of form playfully poke at the politics of both originality and art. This show features work by Scott Andresen, Manon Bellet, Joshua Edward Bennett, Jessica Bizer, Generic Art Solutions, Brian Guidry, Peter Hoffman, Marta Maleck, Aaron McNamee, Lala Rascic, and Christopher Saucedo.
For more information visit Atlanta Contemporary
-THINGS: A STILL LIFE SHOW
5 Press Gallery
5 Press St., New Orleans, LA
August 6-September 25, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, August 13, 6-9 PM
Lagniappe reception: Saturday, September 10, 6-9 PM

Group exhibition featuring work by: Betsy Arant, Jenna Bonistalli, Harriet Burbeck, Jeanie Detweiler, Myrna Enamorado, Seth Fountain, Augustus Hoffman, Peter Hoffman, Kristina Knipe, Marta Maleck, Elizabeth McMillan, Cristina Molina, Jacob Reptile, Les Schmidt, Dona Simons, Maxx Sizeler, Bob Snead, Chloe St Etienne, Julia Taylor, and Sarah Griffin Thibodeaux.
Curated by Maddie Stratton
For more information visit 5 Press Gallery
-POP UP SHOW 2016
Martine Chaisson Gallery
727 Camp St., New Orleans, LA
May 7- June 30, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, May 7, 5-9 PM

Group exhibition featuring work by Mae Aur, Ann Marie Auricchio, Susan Guice, and Peter Hoffman. For more information visit Martine Chaisson Gallery.
-GOOD VIBES
Good Children Gallery
4037 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans LA
May 14-June 5, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, May 14, 6-10 PM

Good Children Gallery's 2016 Fundraiser Exhibition:
Artwork by Scott Andresen + Jonathan Wright + Jessica Bizer + Sheila Santamaria + Manon Bellet + Michael Jeffrey Lee + Joshua Edward Bennett + Jac Currie + G.A.S. + Brent Houzenga + Brian Guidry + Pat Phillips + Peter Hoffman + Erica Lambertson + Srdjan Loncar + Marta Rodriguez Maleck + Liz Guzman + Aaron McNamee + Jeff Rinehart + Lala Rascic + Toon Fibbe + Christopher Saucedo + Dan Tague

We will also be selling a variety of goodies created by GC members— limited-edition artist shirts, other wearables and new GC merchandise. See these items modeled at a 9 pm fashion show, hosted by Neon Burgundy! Sashay with us to the tunes of DJ Nommo! Sip on a signature Generic Art Solutions handcrafted cocktail, and come vibe with us!
-I AM AN IMPORTANT GIANT
Antenna Gallery
3718 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans 70117
April 9 - May 8, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, April 9, 6-9PM

Group exhibition featuring miniature works by:
Iman Alsaden ,Dagmara Bugaj, Harriet Burbeck, Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell, Vanessa Centeno, Abigail Clark, Aaron Collier, Laura Gipson, Susan Gisleson, Jessica Goldfinch, Candace Hicks, Miro Hoffmann, Peter Hoffman, Jeff Lassahn, Dana McElroy, Richard McMahan, Natalie McLaurin, Caesar Meadows, Chicory Miles, Louise Neal, Jack Niven, Michelle Pontiff, Frank Poor, Kayla Risko, Sadie Sheldon, Loren Siems, Madeline Stratton, Jennie Thwing, Momma Tried, Ryn Wilson and more.
For more information visit Antenna Gallery
-a SHOW
Boyd | Satellite Gallery
440 Julia St., New Orleans, LA
March 5 - 29, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, March 5, 6-9 PM

Group exhibition of paintings with works by Blake Boyd, David Eddington, Iva Gueorguieva, Pinkney Herbert, Peter Hoffman, and Deborah Pelias.
-NIGHT CLINIC // MUTATIONS
Good Children Gallery
4037 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans LA
February 13-March 6, 2016
Reception: Saturday, Feb. 13, 6-10PM

Good Children Gallery is pleased to present two exhibitions: Night Clinic: paintings by Peter Hoffman, and Mutations: works by Maddie Stratton and Selina Trepp.
Night Clinic is Good Children Gallery member Hoffman’s first exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition features thirteen paintings of the classical figure in distress, or perhaps just in a state of molting.
Mutations pairs two artists who approach representation of the figure in tangential ways. Maddie Stratton (New Orleans) and Selina Trepp (Chicago) working in painting and photography respectively, each create images bending the expectations of portraiture.
For more information visit Good Children Gallery
-SEVEN on SEVEN
Antenna Gallery
3718 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans 70117
January 9- February 7, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, January 9, 6-9PM

A group exhibition exploring the seven glorious virtues and the seven shameful sins.
Artists include: Katrina Andry, ArtSoulLife, Muffin Bernstein, Christopher Bunch, Wendell Brunious, Jer' Lisa Devezin, Generic Art Solutions, Peter Hoffman, Ernest Joshua Littles, Tina Lugo, Ben Fox McCord, Angel Perdomo, Pat Phillips, and Ashley Teamer.
For more information visit Antenna.
-MEGALOMANIA IV
Boyd|Satellite Gallery
440 Julia St., New Orleans, LA
January 2- 31, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 2, 6-9PM

Group exhibition.
For more information visit Boyd Satellite.
-SANTA'S CHEAP ART AUCTION
Antenna Gallery
@3330 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA
Saturday, December 5, 2015
6PM Preview, 7PM Live Auction

Free to attend // $10 Paddle Fee // Cash Bar
Come out to this raucous event with Santa as live auctioneer and get affordable art by some of your favorite New Orleans artists, while also supporting the non-profit programs of Antenna & Press Street.

Nightplant, (2010) will be available for purchase in the auction

-HOT VELVET, POISON IVY
Boyd|Satellite Gallery
440 Julia St., New Orleans, LA
September 5- 29, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 5, 6-9PM

Solo exhibition of new figurative paintings.

This was Pelican Bomb's Exhibition Pick.
-DISCIPLINE: RYN WILSON and PETER HOFFMAN
The Front
4100 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA
March 14- April 5, 2015
Reception: Saturday, March 15, 6-10 PM

A collaborative exhibition, Wilson and Hoffman will be displaying works on paper and sculpture within a site-specific installation. More information is available at The Front.
-MEGALOMANIA III
Boyd | Satellite Gallery
440 Julia St., New Orleans, LA
January 3- March 2, 2015
Reception: Saturday, Jan. 3, 6-9 PM

Gallerist Ginette Bone becomes source material in this group exhibition of portraits. Artists include: Blake Boyd, Valerie Corradetti, Elizabeth Fox, Peter Hoffman, Al Jaffee, Nina Schwanse, Robert Tannen and more. Boyd Satellite Gallery
-SPUTNIK 2
Boyd | Satellite Gallery
440 Julia St., New Orleans, LA
August 2-30, 2014
Reception: Saturday, August 2, 6-9 PM

A group exhibition with works by Marianne Desmarris, Larkin Gaudet, Mitchell Gaudet, Peter Hoffman, Mia Kaplan, Galina Kurlat, Robert Lansden, Tiffany Lin, Christopher Makos, Aaron Macnamee, Billy Name, Mason Saltarrelli, Dave Smith, Nina Schwanse, Amanda Talley, and Robert Tannen. In conjunction with the New Orleans Art District's annual White Linen Night. For more information visit Boyd Satellite Gallery.
-WET
UNO St. Claude Gallery
2429 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA
July 12- August 3, 2014
Reception: Saturday, July 12, 6-9 PM

A group exhibition of UNO alumni, collectively- curated. This exhibition features work by Kevin Baer, Vanessa Centeno, Jason Childers, Valerie Corradetti, Robyn Denny, David Hassell, Peter Hoffman, Sylvia Santamaria, Natalie Tobacyk, Bradford Willingham, and Ryn Wilson.
-WENDELL BRUNIOUS and PETER HOFFMAN
Galerie im Andechshof
Innrain 1, Innsbruck, Austria
July 4-20, 2014
Reception: Friday, July 4, 6-8 PM

An exhibition of new paintings by Brunious and Hoffman. This two-person show is a part of the Austrian-American Art Exchange program organized by the University of New Orleans' Center Austria and Fine Arts departments in conjunction with the City of Innsbruck's Cultural Office.
-ESTATE
The Kleinschmidt Residence (1951)
15 Swallow St, New Orleans, LA
Reception: Friday, June 13, 2014, 6-9 PM
By appointment through June 15

A one- weekend exhibition of 39 paintings curated within modernist architect Albert Ledner's historical 1951 residence. This exhibition is a site- specific collaboration between New Orleans visual artists Valerie Corradetti and Peter Hoffman.

The New Orleans Times-Picayune wrote an article describing the historic home which can be found HERE.
-CA$H AND CARRY
Good Children Gallery
4037 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA
June 14-July 6, 2014
Reception: Saturday, June 14, 6-9 PM

A benefit for Good Children Gallery. A plethora of affordable art, each piece will be sold for $50. For more information visit Good Children.
-2014 BBQ FUNDRAISER
The Front
4100 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA
Sunday, June 8, 4-10 PM

Food, music, drinks, and art-raffle by more than 50 artists in support of The Front's continued programming. Pastoral (2014) will be available in the raffle. For more information visit The Front.
-CHUBBY CRIMSON BOTTOMS
UNO St. Claude Gallery
2429 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA
January 11- February 2, 2014
Reception: Saturday, January 11, 6-9pm

University of New Orleans MFA Thesis Exhibition
A solo exhibition of 8 oil paintings and 4 painted plaster sculptures.

A review of the exhibition can be found HERE
-MAKING IT
UNO St. Claude Gallery
2429 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans
August 10- September 8, 2013
Reception: Saturday, August 10, 6-9pm

A group exhibition about artist collaborations with a focus on artist couples. These artists show the ways in which two people influence each other’s artistic practices. Works will include photography, installation, drawings, sculpture, video, and painting. Exhibiting artists include Ariya Martin and Michael Winter, Kevin Baer and Sylvia Santamaria, Natalie McLaurin and Ben Fox-McCord, Ryn Wilson and Peter Hoffman, Kathy Rodriguez and Matthew Kirscht, Rachel and Christopher Deris, and Tony Campbell and Matt Vis (as Generic Art Solutions).
-UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS VISUAL ARTS LEAGUE JURIED SHOW
UNO St. Claude Gallery
2429 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA
May 11- June 1, 2013
Reception: Saturday, May 11, 6-9pm

Group exhibition organized by UNO's Visual Arts League featuring work by 29 undergraduate juniors and seniors, and graduate students from metro- area universities including UNO, Tulane, Loyola, and Dillard Universities. Juror: Miranda Lash, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, New Orleans Museum of Art

*Medium Odalisque (2012) awarded Juror's Prize

See photos from the reception here
-CHOICE CUTS
Staple Goods
1340 St. Roch, New Orleans, LA
Oct. 13- Nov. 4, 2012
Reception: Saturday, Oct. 13, 6-9pm

Group exhibition of artists invited by the Staple Goods collective members. Artists include: Kyle Channing Smith, Elizabeth Chen, Peter Hoffman, Josh Knott, Sarah Kusa, Robert Lansden, Kathy Rodriguez, and Allan Rosenbaum.
More information can be found HERE
-CHICAGO CONNECT
Effjay Projekts Gallery
604 Erie Ave, Sheboygan, WI
Aug. 30- Sept. 29, 2012
Reception: Saturday, Sept. 8, 5-8pm

Group exhibition featuring work by Rose DiSalvo, Peter Hoffman, and Duk Ju L. Kim. More information can be found here.
-UTOPIA: Drawings by Peter Hoffman
The Storefront
2606 N. California Ave., Chicago
Saturday August 4, 6-10pm
One Night Only

For this project, Hoffman is exhibiting 20 mixed-media on paper works that filter the immediate surroundings of his New Orleans home and studio. The body of work culls from a constellation of diverse sources including big-screen blockbuster sci-fi and fantasy franchises, cable TV narratives of real world Olympic success and failure, as well as observational drawings of plants in his neighbors' garden, food packaging in his kitchen and abstract cardboard sculptures in his studio. Accompanying the installation is an anti-catalog created in collaboration with the Silver Galleon Press. Rather than serving to archive or catalog the works on display, the publication will exist as an artwork in its own right. Using the drawings as source material, the new work adds another layer of detachment from the original icons.
-2D/3D: PART I
UNO St. Claude Gallery
2429 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans
June 9- July 8, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 9, 6-9pm

Group show of current University of New Orleans MFA students whose "work investigates and blurs the boundary between two- and three-dimensions, encouraging a dialogue about the plurality of contemporary art. They question the content of form, creating new meanings."
Co-curated by Suzanna Ritz and Kathy Rodriguez.
Featuring work by Craig Branum, Wendell Brunious, Vanessa Centeno, Nora Chapkovich, Valerie Corradetti, Peter Hoffman, Darel Joseph, Daniel Kelly, Erica Lambertson, Caitlin Romagosa, and Brad Stire.
-THE PHYSICAL IMPOSSIBILITY OF A HANGOVER IN THE MIND OF SOMEONE DRINKING
The Hills Esthetic Center
128 N. Campbell, Chicago
Saturday, Mar. 24, 6pm-12am
One Night Only

Group exhibition with work by Ben Fain, Claire Fontaine, Peter Hoffman, Martin Kippenberger, Selina Trepp, and Madame Vincent. Curated, and with a performance by Brandon Alvendia.
-LANDFILL
Good Children Gallery
4037 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans
Mar. 10- Apr. 8, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday, Mar. 10, 6-9pm

Group printmaking show presented by Generic Art Solutions featuring hundreds of mis- prints. More info can be found here.
-EVERYTHING ALL AT ONCE
Antenna Gallery
3261 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70117
Jan. 14- Feb. 5, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday Jan. 14, 6-9pm

A salon style group exhibition curated by members of Antenna Gallery.
more information at: Antenna Gallery
-BANGOVER TRAMPSTAMP
936 Congress
New Orleans USA
Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011
12-6pm, One Day Only

Exhibition of collaborative paintings and drawings by Vanessa Centeno and Peter Hoffman, in conjunction with NOLA Open Studios. More information can be found here.
-SALON DES REFUSES
Trouser House
4105 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117
Oct. 22- Nov. 30, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday Oct. 22, 6-10 pm.

Group exhibition of contemporary art featuring local, national, and international artists. The thesis for the Salon des Refuses is inspired by 19th century French culture, exploring both the birth of the Avant Garde and the development of the
bienniale movement. For the full curatorial statement, please visit trouserhouse.org.
-MDW FAIR: CHICAGO ART REVIEW/ PHILIP VON ZWECK
MDW Fair, Geolofts, Booth #302
3636 South Iron Street, Chicago 60608
Apr. 23, 1- 10pm
Apr. 24, 1- 6pm

A project by Philip von Zweck. Artwork to be used as master- copies for on-the-spot, free xerox prints to fair-goers. Artists include: Vanesa Zendejas, Kaylee Wyant, John Wanzel, Dan S. Wang, Brian Taylor, Bill Talsma, Shannon Stratton, LeRoy Stevens, Chris Smith, Rusty Shackleford, Micah Schippa, Rebecca Rothfus, Mike Rea, Jamilee Polson, Melissa Oresky, John Neff, Heather Mekkelson, CJ Matherne, Laura Mackin, Kelly Kaczynski, Kevin Jennings, Peter Hoffman, Matt Hanner, Danielle Gustafson-Sundell, Carrie Gundersdorf, Nicholas Frank, Ben Foch, Carson Fisk- Vittori, Ryan Travis Christian & Eric Yahnker, Timothy Bergstrom, Conrad Bakker, and Lauren Anderson.
For more information:
www.mdwfair.com
-BEN RUSSELL: NURSES
Ben Russell
1716 S. Morgan #2F, Chicago, IL 60608
Nov. 6- Dec. 11, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday Nov. 6th, 6-9pm

Group exhibition with Jacob Ciocci, Christa Donner, Ben Fain, Peter Hoffman, and Andy Positive & His Dissonant Riders.
For more information:
http://www.dimeshow.com/benrussell.htm
-PETER HOFFMAN: FLATLAND
2nd Floor Gallery
903 W. 19th St., Chicago IL 60608
Aug. 13- 28, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday Aug. 13th, 6-10pm

Exhibition of new and recent paintings
-PAINTING WITH PETER / INVINCIBLE
Heaven Gallery
1550 N. Milwaukee Ave, Chicago IL 60622
June 25- July 17, 2010
Opening Reception 6/25, 7-11pm

Old Gold Exhibitions & Events Presents:
Painting with Peter. recent painting by Peter Hoffman.
INVINCIBLE. recent sculpture by Dick Dermody.

A review of the exhibition can be found HERE
-OFFICE ROMANCE
Threewalls Spring Fundraiser
@ The Library, 190 S. Lasalle, Chicago
May 28 2010

A benefit for Threewalls programming. Silent and live auction featuring work by a number of great Chicago artists. For more information about the event and tickets see the Threewalls site- http://www.three-walls.org
-DANGER ZONERS
President's Gallery, Harold Washington College
30 E. Lake St. Chicago, IL 60601
December 10, 2009- January 8, 2010
Opening Reception: December 10, 4:30-6:30pm

New work by Lauren Anderson, Ali Bailey, Loo Bain, Ryan Fenchel, Carson Fisk-Vittori, Erin Foley, George Gittins, Jacob Goudreault, Geoffrey Hammerlinck, Glenn Hendrick, Peter Hoffman, Caleb Lyons, Carmen Price, Kathryn Scanlan, Pilar Tena, Mike Thibault, Kristen VanDeventer, Philip vonZweck, Nate Wolf, and Vanesa Zendejas.
Curated by CJ Matherne.
-CONGRATULATIONS
October 10, 2009- one night only
2201 N. California, 60647
7-12 pm

Paintings and objects by Jacob Christopher Hammes, Peter Hoffman, and Amanda Innis.
-LUNCHMONEY GALLERY & PRETENDIARY
2455 N. Sawyer, Chicago
Saturday, August 1, beginning 8pm, $10

A benefit for Chris Hefner's feature film, The Pink Hotel.
Cocktails, Raffle, Music, and Silent Auction featuring work by:
Lilli Carré, Audrey Niffenegger, Hannah Aitchison, E.C. Brown, Peter Hoffman, Lucia Fabio, Blütt, Josh Howard, Catie Olson, Lynnette Kucharski, and more

-SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION
Minidutch Gallery
3111 W. Diversey, Chicago, IL
Saturday, July 11, 2009
7-10pm

A one-night night exhibition highlighting work collected by director Lucia Fabio and Andrew Robert-Mueller. This is the last exhibition at Minidutch and commemorates two years of activity in the Chicago arts community.
Artists Include: Daniel Anhorn, EC Brown, Blazo Calovic, Peter Hoffman, Andrew Holmquest, Carol Jackson, Mathew Paul Jinks, Stacie Johnson, Chris Millar, Liz Neilsen, Vivien Park, Caroline Picard, Mark Porter, Renee Prisble Una, Chris Shaefer, Shane Swindler, and Matthew Whiting
-THREEWALLS presents CRYSTAL BALL
Saturday 13 December, 8pm-Midnight
1513 N. Western Ave, 3rd Floor

Annual fundraiser/ holiday party for ThreeWalls gallery. Many artists have donated work to be auctioned, see website for complete list. Admission/drinks $20. Admission/drinks/etched glass artist cups $30.
-GREEN LANTERN FUNDRAISER
Green Lantern Gallery
1511 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, 60622
Saturday, Nov. 22nd
6pm-9pm, Silent Auction, Cocktails

Celebrating over three years of arts programs and a recently awarded grant from the Illinois Arts Council, Green Lantern Gallery is holding its first annual fundraiser. A silent auction will be held from 1pm-9pm. Cocktails with the closing of the auction from 6pm-9pm.
Artists include: Carl Baratta, Deb Sokolow, Matt Tetzloff, Daniel Anhorn, Young Joon Kwok, Heather Mekkelson, Brain McNearney, Caleb Lyons, Peter Hoffman, and others.
Green Lantern is a vital part of the Chicago art community, come out and show your support for this great gallery!
-ANYHERE, BUT WHERE?
Paintings and sculpture by Mat Daly, Peter Hoffman, and Amy E. Mayfield

President's Gallery, Harold Washington College
30 E. Lake St., Chicago, IL 60601
August 19- September 26, 2008
Artists' Reception: September 4, 4:30-6:30pm

Anyhere, but where? considers the scope of landscape imagery from the serene to the strange. As landscapes, these works do not intentionally describe the likeness of a specific place. What is presented are indications of an acquaintance, encounter, or recollection where reality is negotiable. These works linger along the boundary between the factual and the imagined, from the past or from the future, begotten by memory and experience.
-CLOTHESLINE
Hyde Park Art Center
5020 S. Cornell Ave
Chicago 60615
Saturday, June 21, 3-10pm

Clothesline rests somewhere between an apartment show and a street art festival in conjunction with the Summer Solstice, the Videodance exhibition and the International Day of Music. Organized by Chris Hammes.
-OLD GOLD presents !!!FINAL REDUCTION SALE!!!
Milwaukee International Art Fair
Polish Falcons Beer Hall
801 E. Clark St.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
May 16 & 17, 2008

Old Gold supplied 23 artists with black canvases and the instructions to make a $100 painting. These paintings will be sold out of our van on the patio of the Polish Falcon for the MILWAUKEE INTERNATIONAL. Artists include: Brandon Alvendia, Lauren Anderson, Derek Chan, Fay Davis-Jeffers, Rob Doran, Cayetano Ferrer, Butchy Fuego, Thomas Hodge, Peter Hoffman, Eric May, Carl Matherne, Brian McNearney, Sze Lin Pang, Cole Pierce, Carmen Price, Olivia Schreiner, Kendrick Shackleford, Tony Tasset, Selina Trepp, Kristen VanDeventer, Oli Watt, Justin Witte, and Vanesa Zendejas.
-PETER HOFFMAN: POST-PAINTINGS
mini dutch gallery
Feb. 9- Mar. 2, 2008
Opening Reception: Saturday Feb. 9, 7:00 - 10:00pm
3111 W. Diversey, Chicago 60647

An exhibition of over thirty paintings will be on view at mini dutch gallery. The Post-Painting project is an ongoing activity beginning with an application and ending with recipients receiving a free 9x12" painting by mail. This show presents paintings loaned back from all over the United States and is the first time these paintings can be seen and realized as a group.

An interview about the exhibition can be found HERE
-END-TIMES
Lasso Gallery at the Butchershop
1319 W. Lake St. Chicago, IL 60607

December 15- January 26, 2008
Opening Reception: Sat. December 15, 6-10pm

END-TIMES, a group show curated by Zachary Hall,
presents work that explores the concept of the apocalypse. END-TIMES seeks to
examine, criticize, lament, and/or celebrate our fascination with the end of civilization
and the world as we know it.
Artists included: Brandon Alvendia, Jacob Christopher, Uziel Duarte, Thulani
Earnshaw, Erin Foley, George Gittins, Lisa Hensley, Peter Hoffman, Steve Leach,
Michelle Jane Lee, Scott Lockard, Caleb Lyons, Dylan Mira, Michael Miles, Katharine
Lion, Jameson McShane, Mores McWreath, Aay Preston-Myint, Michael Thibault, and
Ryan Thurber.
-HARVEST BAZAAR
Old Gold
2022 N. Humboldt Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60647
Friday October 19th 6PM-10PM
Saturday October 20th 10AM-6PM

HARVEST BAZAAR is a two-day special event celebrating the ritual of reaping by offering a cornucopia of goods hand-made by more than twenty artists. Programming includes a raffle, cake walk, face-painting, autumn-themed games and contests, and more to be announced. Items availabe for consumption will include baked goods & beverages, artist books & magazines, clothing & jewelry, postcards & buttons, crocheted hats & scarves, wallets, grab-bags, and more. A portion of the proceeds from this event will fund future programming at Old Gold Exhibitions & Events.
-YOUNG AMERICANS
Main Gallery
1009 S. Main St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Apr 27- June 1, 2007

'Young Americans' opens Friday, April 27. This will be the inaugural exhibition for Main Gallery, a new space for contemporary art in downtown Las Vegas. 'Young Americans' features new works by Stephanie Dowell, Peter Hoffman, Alex Jovanovich, Danielle Kelly, and Erin Stellmon.
A closing reception will be held on June 1.
-HEARTLAND
Alogon Gallery
1049 N. Paulina, 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL

Opening Reception
Friday February 16th, 2007 6-10pm

Artists working in Chicago and Prague commit to concepts of the central regions. This work deals with geo political domination and sentimental backlash. In every medium, the collaborative process creates its own structure, one of chaos and acceptance of equilibrium.
This show also took place at the Umelee magazine headquarters in Prague this January 2007.
-HOT MESS
paintings by Peter Hoffman & Caleb Lyons
Green Lantern Gallery
1511 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
1/12-2/4/07, Opening Reception Friday January 12th

Hot Mess is both refreshing and vulgar; it has the potential for renewal within the destruction of power. Our collaboration is contradictory; we are simultaneously working with and against each other in order to challenge and visually translate the basic dilemma of applying paint on a flat surface. This dilemma is the subject; the collaboration is the medium.