by Kathryn Rosenfeld
As the art season winds down, a profusion of photography shows can once again be found in Chicago's galleries.
Andrew Rafacz, director of Bucket Rider Gallery, says he's "not going to take it lying down." He means summer, of course. Bucket Rider debuted last September in a hastily converted back room; since then, it has grown to fill the space recently left vacant by Van Harrison Gallery's departure for Chelsea. Perhaps prefiguring the future of the gallery business, these new kids in town plan to forego summer vacation, staying open through August with a four-person show.