Sculpture and design by architect and product designer Alfonso Iannelli and artist Margaret Iannelli.
An abstract exhibit featuring painting, photography, sculpture, and other media.
Theaster Gates is known as an artist, but he trained as an urban planner, and it's hard to separate his work from the city that inspired it. So his new show at the Museum of Contemporary Art presented a bit of a challenge to both Gates and the curators. The show has a complicated history. In 2009, Gates bought a dilapidated house on Dorchester Avenue in Woodlawn and began to strip it down. Two years later, he traveled to Kassel, Germany, to participate in the citywide art show Documenta (13) and, on a tour of potential exhibition sites, discovered Huguenot House, built in the 19th century by migrant workers from France. Continue reading >>
This exhibit is comprised mostly of photography from the MCA Collection beginning in 1960.