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May/June 2019 (PDF of current issue available on our Archive page)
Public Art: Old Models, New Forms
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Gray Warehouse, Chicago
Wrightwood 659, Chicago
Something New from a Hairy Who Karl Wirsum at
Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago
Ed Paschke Art Center, Chicago
Siblings (formerly the Condo Association), Chicago
Museums: What Has Changed and What Has Not
Museums redefining what they offer to appeal to new audiences
Introduction to three essays from Fwd: Museums
Significant omissions about artists' LGBTQ status on museum wall labels is decried.
Museums controlled by ultra-wealthy and art values set by a wild art market
The myth that museums are and should strive to be neutral is challenged
Results from The Mellon Foundation Museum Staff Demographic Study
Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Maia Cruz Palileo: "All The While I Thought You Had Received This" Monique Meloche Gallery
Block Museum of Art
Leopold Segedin: A Habit of Art Book Review of A Habit of Art, a biography of Leo Segedin.
Is DIY Culture the New Avant-Garde?
50 Years of Chicago Art and Architecture
Vanessa German and Black Female Identity
Carl Hammer and Catherine Edelman Galleries
One After 909 Gallery
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