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Maximilíano Durón responds to Kamrooz Aram’s latest show at The Arts Club of Chicago.
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Photos by Michael Tropea
Public Program: Music
Reception 6:00 pm | Concert 6:30 pm | Dessert Reception to Follow
Now in its final season together, multi-GRAMMY nominee Spektral Quartet unveils the Chicago premieres of the light that blurred the stars by Eliza Brown (composer) and My River Runs to Thee by Evan Premo (composer, bass), featuring soprano Mary Bonhag and the poetry of Susan Stewart and Emily Dickinson. Complimented by Claude Debussy’s enchanting String Quartet in G minor, this community-spirited experience traces the cyclic nature of existence…and the stories we tell in an attempt to find our bearing. Come to celebrate this iconic ensemble in one of their final performances!
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March 30, 2022 at 12:15 pm
Free virtual program.
Begun in 2017, Museums Are Not Neutral is a global advocacy initiative to expose the myth of museum neutrality and demand ethics-based transformation across institutions. In this, the fourth program in The Club’s series on racial equity in the Arts, Board President Laura Washington speaks with LAXART Director Hamza Walker, Illinois State Museum Director Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko, and Executive Director of SPACES Cleveland Tizziana Baldenebro about non-neutral projects at their respective institutions.
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April 6, 2022
Tour of Kamrooz Aram: Privacy, an exhibition at 5:30 pm
Join artist Kamrooz Aram for a tour of his exhibition in The Arts Club’s galleries, where he stages an encounter between the Euro-American avant-garde and non-western forms of abstraction, interrogating the boundaries between art, artifact, and modes of display.
Free and open to all
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