/Dialogues | EXPO CHICAGO/2017

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"New New York" from Il Monumento Continuo, Superstudio 1969 © Image courtesy of Cristiano Toraldo di Francia
/Dialogues | EXPO CHICAGO/2017

Navy Pier
600 E. Grand Avenue
60611 Chicago
September 14th, 2017 - September 17th, 2017
Opening: September 14th, 2017 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Michigan Ave/Downtown


Presented in partnership with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), /Dialogues offers panel discussions, conversations and provocative artistic discourse with leading artists, curators, designers and arts professionals on the current issues that engage them. 

A curated component of the 2017 program, the second annual Symposium will feature a day-long series of discussions and discourse surrounding the intersecting fields of art and architecture—including original members from Superstudio and the Italian Radical Design movement, artists David Hartt, Thomas Demand, and Luisa Lambri; critics Felix Burrichter from PIN—UP and Julian Rose from Artforum, as well as Flavin Judd, among others.

Additional panels include an intimate conversation between author Sarah Thornton and artist Paola Pivi; artists Tom Burr and Nina Beier; a keynote discussion with Sharjah Art Foundation President and Director Sheikha Hoor Al Qasimi; Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation; and an interview with Chicago-based artist Michael Rakowitz on his first-ever U.S. museum survey organized by Omar Kholeif, Manilow Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, among others.

The Curatorial Forum, presented in partnership with Independent Curators International (ICI), and the EXPO CHICAGO Art Critics Forum will be hosted on the /Dialogues Stage, open to the public for the first time since the inception of the program. The Symposium and announced panels will join the full program of over 30 discussions on the /Dialogues stage on-site at EXPO CHICAGO.

See the full /Dialogues Schedule here.

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