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Architectural Anarchy Event

Architectural Anarchy calls the Andersonville Galleria home, but Gosia Korsakowski will travel to the heart of the Chicago art district (2229 S. Halsted St.) this weekend (in conjunction with the 40th Annual Pilsen Artist’s Open House)…

Architectural Anarchy calls the Andersonville Galleria home, but Gosia Korsakowski will travel to the heart of the Chicago art district (2229 S. Halsted St.) this weekend (in conjunction with the 40th Annual Pilsen Artist’s Open House) to showcase her latest collection of antique and vintage furniture, lighting, artwork, and other wonderfully quirky items. The event takes place October 1-3, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Parking is free. If you’re not in the area, Korsakowski’s Etsy shop is a great way to snag items from afar. Vintage bowling pins, school room chalkboards, oil paintings, and more are just a click away.

Andersonville Galleria, Denise Riesen Photography

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