Posts Tagged ‘EXPO CHICAGO’

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ISSUE 05 // ANNOUNCING PREVIEW TITLES

Under the Cover THE SEEN announces the Fall / Winter preview titles launching Issue 05 in print this September 2017, featuring Bouchra Khalili on the cover to align with their inclusion in Palais de Tokyo | Singing Stones at The Roundhouse on the DuSable Museum of African American History campus. The full-color, oversize journal will be produced as a limited-edition 9,000 count run available for distribution[…]

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NEWS: Palais de Tokyo // Singing Stones

THE SEEN Staff Palais de Tokyo: Singing Stones September 12–October 29, 2017 FEATURING: Wilfrid Almendra, Daniel G. Baird, Floating Museum, Dorian Gaudin, Lola Gonzàlez, Bouchra Khalili, Guillaume Leblon, Florian Pugnaire, David Raffini, Andrew Schachman, Cauleen Smith, Thomas Teurlai, and Raphaël Zarka EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, with the Palais de Tokyo[…]

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ISSUE 02 // PREVIEW TITLES

Under the Cover. THE SEEN announces the Spring / Summer Preview Titles launching Issue 02 in print this April. The full-color, oversize journal will be produced as a limited-edition 5,000 count run available for distribution at multiple public locations throughout the city of Chicago. With Staff Writers reporting from around the world, each issue of THE SEEN features in-depth[…]

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Chicago Art Critics Forum

Saturday, November 21, 12:00–3:00pm Kavi Gupta | 219 N. Elizabeth Street Chicago, IL 60607 THE SEEN and EXPO CHICAGO, in collaboration with editions | Kavi Gupta, present the Chicago Art Critics Forum, convening writers living and working in the city to discuss current issues, topics on contemporary criticism, and encourage attending writers to network and[…]

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ASSISTED // KAVI GUPTA GALLERY

by Stephanie Cristello Curated by and including work of artist Jessica Stockholder, whose exhibition Door Hinges is concurrently on view in the lower galleries of Kavi Gupta’s Elizabeth Street location, ASSISTED features sixteen artists, and could easily be a visual essay on form and object-hood. Here, the group exhibition format is approached as a work in and of itself,[…]

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PROFILE OF THE COLLECTOR // RYAN KORTMAN

by Alexandra Kadlec A few weeks out from his debut exhibition at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, and Ryan Kortman is feeling a little more vulnerable than anticipated. The sensation is akin to what a novelist feels on the eve of her book’s publication, what an artist experiences before his gallery opening—whether for the[…]

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Pier Review // Issue 04

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Pier Review // Issue 03

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Pier Review // Issue 02

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PIER REVIEW // ISSUE 01

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PIER REVIEW // EXPO CHICAGO

THE SEEN Staff & Friends Produced in collaboration with THE SEEN, Chicago’s International Online Journal of Contemporary & Modern Art, ArtSlant, the #1 Contemporary Art Network, and Bad at Sports, Contemporary Art Talk, the daily publication printed during Chicago’s largest international event of the fall season. The official paper of EXPO CHICAGO, Pier Review was[…]

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/DIALOGUES SUMMER SERIES 2014

THE SEEN Staff Locust Roundtables EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art, announces the summer series for /Dialogues in anticipation of the third edition of the fair, September 18–21, 2014. Presented with support by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, /Dialogues offers year-round panel discussions, conversations, and provocative artistic discourse[…]

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YANN POCREAU // THE DARLING FOUNDRY

by Tina Gelsomini “It is alive, that is what I like about this piece,” Yann Pocreau gestures over his shoulder to monumental Cathédrale, the largest of his three works currently wrapping up a two-month run at the Darling Foundry under the exhibition Projections. The result of Pocreau’s original idea for the exhibition, Cathédrale is a[…]

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BEAT NATION // MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN DE MONTRÉAL

by Tina Gelsomini On the heels of the international indigenous solidarity movement IDLE NO MORE, first sparked by four women in Saskatchewan in the fall of 2012, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal has programmed a timely and eclectic exhibition of aboriginal art from across the continent, first shown at the Vancouver Art Gallery.  Taking[…]

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SCOTT REEDER // LISA COOLEY

by Nadiah Fellah Humor and irreverence mark Chicago artist Scott Reeder’s new exhibition of paintings and sculptures at Lisa Cooley in New York. In People Call Me Scott, Reeder embodies an atmosphere similar to Club Nutz, a space/program co-run by the artist and his brother Tyson Reeder. Many of the text-based works in the show[…]

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EXPO CHICAGO/2012 Garners Widespread Enthusiasm

EXPO CHICAGO/2012 GARNERS WIDESPREAD ENTHUSIASM AND SUPPORT FROM DEALERS, COLLECTORS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS  27,000 People Attended the Inaugural Exposition EXPO CHICAGO Returns to Navy Pier’s Festival Hall September 19-22, 2013 (Chicago) EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art welcomed more than 27,000 people to the inaugural event that featured 120 exhibitors from around[…]