Chicago artist Leo Segedin, 86, is still painting about his childhood on the west side, and dancing into old age. We revisit Jay Shefsky's profile. In the 1950's a group of 24 young artists started a cooperative gallery in Chicago called Exhibit A. Tomorrow, the Chicago Cultural Center opens an exhibit featuring work from seven of those artists, including Segedin and fellow Exhibit A artist, Morris Barizani. Below, view a slideshow of some of Segedin's favorite pieces, handpicked by the artist himself.