Looking toward space for inspiration: a lofty dream or neutered escapism?
As Di Meo cannot travel and attend the Chicago marathon, Obrist interviewed him in New York.
Three generations of Japanese printmakers show the development of the traditional practice over a century.
In four consecutive hours during EXPO Chicago 2018, curator Hans Ulrich Obrist will interview as many of Chicago’s luminary creatives as he can.
A survey of the pioneering, Chicago-based experimental photographer includes his work alongside the work of his peers.
“I Was Raised on the Internet” poses the question of the internet not just as a communication medium where social media, virtual identities and corporate control take hold, but as an infrastructure that constitutes a whole new reality.
With “Up Is Down,” a Terra Art + Design Chicago initiative, Northwestern’s Block Museum tells the unknown Chicago story behind 7 Up, Vienna Beef and countless other household brands. The exhibition reveals the Goldsholl Design Associates’ pioneering experimental design and film in the service of bettering everyday life.
Part of the Terra Foundation for American Art’s year-long Art Design Chicago initiative, “Art in Chicago: A History from the Fire to Now” will be launched at EXPO Chicago along with a panel discussion with scholars and artists.
Sargent was a prodigiously gifted artist working in a transitional era in European art history.
The work of three resident artists harmonize around landscape, environment and decolonial visions.