For RealSeptember 11, 2017
A Cream Co. production, curated by Bill Brown
The Art Center will begin the year with its final show in the Del Prado building: For Real, proposed by Marie Krane and curated by Bill Brown. The exhibition will highlight the Center’s many roles as a multi-faceted cultural site, at once bringing the administrative background of the Center into the foreground, and pursuing Chicago’s contemporary aesthetic with works by artists connected with Cream Co., a fluid practice/theory collective of artists and others.
The Art Center will produce a catalogue including essays by Bill Brown, the Edward Carson Waller Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago, and by Lawrence Rinder, Dean of Graduate Studies, California College of the Arts.
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