|Todd Gray, Love & Happiness (Chicago), 2019|
|Betty Tompkins, Apologia |
(Frances Benjamin Johnston #1), 2018
|Theaster Gates, Chicago Grid, 2019|
NTAC:3NS-20intercept and push the boundaries of how visual culture is disseminated in our increasingly image-based environment.As a special feature of OVERRIDE, the single vertically oriented screen at 515 W Ida B. Wells Drive will present a self-contained exhibition of the works ofJessica Campbell, Zakkiyyah Najeebah, Summer Wheat, alongside pioneering feminist artist Betty Tompkins.Additional participating artistsincludeCharles Atlas, ShezadDawood, Stine Deja, Todd Gray, Ayana V. Jackson,Hayv Kahramian,Farrah Karapetian, Tony Lewis, Chris Pappan, Kay Rosenand Chris Ware. IN/SITU OutsideIN/SITU Outside provides the opportunity for EXPO CHICAGO Exhibitors to present temporary public art installations situated along the Lakefront and throughout Chicago neighborhoods, presented in partnership with the Chicago Park District (CPD), the city of Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) and Navy Pier. 2019 installations includeThe Ship of Tolerance (2019)by The Ilya and Emilia Kabakov Foundation, a large-scale installationwith accompanying educational programsand performance thatconnectscommunities through art and music to address issues surrounding intolerance(located in Polk Bros. Park at Navy Pier); Collages for the Esplanade Apartments(2019)by Assaf Evron, a site-specific installation that treats the Mies van der Rohe building windows with rock formations that harken to Evron’s homeland and reference van der Rohe’s original collaged works on paper (located at 900 N Lake Shore Drive); and Founders Inflatable(2019)by the Floating Museum, a mobile monument whose form is a mix of interpretations of items from the collections of the DuSable Museum of African American History, the Field Museum of Natural History, as well as interpretations of various historical figures(located at Navy Pier).
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