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‘Address’ & ‘Glen Elder’: Exhibition Walk-Through of Richard Rezac’s new work in Chicago

Event Date: April 28
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

In parallel with Glen Elder, Richard Rezac’s site-specific installation for The Arts Club Garden Project series, The Renaissance Society will be showing an exhibition of Rezac’s sculptural works past and present, entitled Address. Join us for this two-part tour led by the artist, and champagne toast beginning at The Renaissance Society in Hyde Park. You may arrange your own transportation between the venues, or a bus will depart from the Renaissance Society at 12:00 p.m. and return at 2:30 p.m.; seats on the bus are limited, so please register in advance on The Renaissance Society’s website.

Richard Rezac will lead each walk-through, and accompany visitors to each site.

Schedule

12-12:45
Tour of Address at the Renaissance Society

12:45-1:30 (approximately)
Travel from the Renaissance Society to the Arts Club

1:30-2:30
Tour of Glen Elder at the Arts Club, followed by wine reception

2:30-3:15 (approximately)
Return to the Renaissance Society from the Arts Club

This event is free and open to the public.

Posted April 3, 2018
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Inclement Weather Closure

Due to concerns about the safety of travel as a result of Winter Storm Mateo, The Arts Club of Chicago is closed Friday, February 9th, 2018.

The galleries at The Arts Club of Chicago will reopen to the public on Saturday, February 10th, 2018 from
11:00 a.m. – 3 p.m.
The Dining Room will reopen to members on Monday, February 12th.

Staff of The Arts Club will be accessible via email at information@artsclubchicago.org intermittently and we will update via email with further information.

Posted February 8, 2018
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Open House Chicago

Event Date: October 17
Time: 9 am - 5 pm

OpenHouseChicagoThe Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House Chicago (OHC) is the city’s annual architecture festival. For one weekend in October you can explore Chicago’s most iconic and unique architectural treasures. From mansions to sacred spaces, theaters to private clubs, hotels to secret rooms—OHC gives visitors a behind-the-scenes look at many of the city’s great places and spaces that are rarely, if ever, open to the public.

Climb the Mies staircase which is normally reserved only for members. The current exhibition on display features paintings by German artist Kerstin Brätsch.

Posted October 6, 2015
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