Student Chris Flynn’s Work in Inaugural Exhibition at 2506 Gallery

Second year Book & paper student Chris Flynn invites the InterArts community to Gallery 2506’s inaugural exhibition, Perception. Gallery 2506 is a brand new gallery in Logan Square, and the grand opening will be the reception for Perception on Friday, April17, 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Flynn will be showing four works and says that he is “thrilled to be part of it.”

The show is premised on the concept that beauty matters in art. Kathleen Burnett, the former Director of Performance Programs at the Art Institute of Chicago and owner of the gallery notes “our first show will consider perceptions of beauty – internal or external, design or content, challenging us all to consider what beauty is and why it matters.” Gallery 2506 is established for Chicago and Logan Square communities to engage in an open discourse on the complexity and importance of contemporary art. With a strong focus on aesthetics, Gallery 2506 will draw on the concept that beauty matters in art throughout the exhibition schedule.


Christ Flynn
“As seen in the Hand”
etching and photogravure
18″ x 12″