With hosts Chris and Kirill.
Kenyan-born, Brooklyn-based artist Wangechi Mutu explores gender, race, war, colonialism, and globalization in this traveling exhibit. Along with the artist's signature large-scale collages, the collection includes video works, never-before-seen sketchbook drawings, a site-specific wall drawing, and sculptural installations.
“David Bradley was young, but he was no kid,” wrote Charlton Heston of the man who directed him in his first movie. “He may have been something like a genius.” A grandson of Charles Banks Shedd, benefactor and namesake of the Shedd Acquarium, Bradley took up amateur filmmaking as a student at Northwestern University, and in 1942 he recruited Heston, then a student at New Trier High School, to star in a 16-millimeter silent version of Ibsen’s Peer Gynt. Continue reading >>
This is one of our Fall Arts Best Bets for Film.
You might describe 2014 as Lucas Hnath's annus mirabilis. But then you might've said the same about the year before that. Continue reading >>
This is one of our Fall Arts Best Bets for Theater.$35-$75