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Curator Sergio Gomez has selected twelve Chicago artists currently turning their attention to Mobilizing the Earth, the focus of this year’s World Earth Day.
Her Chicago debut/performance/mashup brings together a trio of meat packers and a 100-foot drawing with the intention to delight and confound.
Admission is free for Eliza Garth’s performance of John Cage’s masterpiece.
This isn’t your typical first-year, second-year, or MFA-thesis shows.
The One Man Army Corpse presents a highly charged alternative reality in which monstrous totemic paintings and assemblages act as temple guardians to a new sacred text written by Bell.
Kleefeld manages to speak to her viewers on a universal, metaphorical level, as well as a deeply personal level.
A group exhibition celebrating the 5 year anniversary of devening projects + editions
Iconoclastic artist and philosopher Henry Flynt presents lectures and a screening of experimental cinema for the SAIC community and general public.
Alderman Exhibitions is hosting a Re-Opening Celebration and Screening in their new West Loop space.
Bright Lights, Big City: The Art of Modernism in Japanese Woodblock Prints will examine the early period of modern Japanese prints, from 1904 to 1959.
The plan will create an outline for Chicago’s future cultural and economic growth.
Day of Free Events and Performances from the Avant-Garde Tradition.