Climate of Uncertainty: Press and Reviews

January 23, 2013

The press just keeps rolling in for Climate of Uncertainty – we are thrilled by all of the thoughtful reviews.

Check out some highlights below!

Time Out Chicago:

Chicago Reader

Chicagoist

Chicago Tribune, Pick of the Week

WTTW, Chicago Tonight

Chicago Sun Times

The DePaulia

ArtLetter

DNAinfo

Lake Michigan Shore

ArtSlant

Chicago Life

New City


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Curator's Tour: A Matter of Conscience

6/7/2017

June 7, 12:30pm

DPAM Assistant Curator Mia Lopez will lead a tour of “A Matter of Conscience.” The exhibition presents works that reflect varying artistic approaches to politically charged content and pressing social issues, examining the role of artist as commentator and activist.

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Dr. Nora A. Taylor: "Performance Art under Attack in Southeast Asia"

6/15/2017

June 15, 5:30pm

Over the past two decades, along with the rise of performance art in Southeast Asia, artists in Myanmar, Vietnam and Singapore have been the subject of censorship by their governments, with police raids on performance events and arrests for performing in public. This talk will discuss examples where artists have been attacked for exercising their rights as creative individuals and explain some of the controversies surrounding this art form under authoritative regimes.

Dr. Nora A. Taylor is the Alsdorf Professor of South and Southeast Asian Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Art in Lincoln Park Annual Lecture: "Bobsy Redivivus: The Lost World of Elizabeth Fuller Goodspeed"

6/29/2017

June 29, 5:30pm

Between the world wars, a beautiful, artistic woman named Bobsy Goodspeed stood at the heart of Chicago’s social and cultural scenes.

With vivid stories and a rich array of contemporary photos, the writer Geoffrey Johnson brings this forgotten woman back to life, opening the door on a vanished era peopled by painters and pianists, plutocrats and politicians—and an irresistible force named Gertrude Stein.

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