1 edition of Chicago art review found in the catalog.
Chicago art review
|Statement||Les Krantz, editor.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||81083076|
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It is one of the most ambitious books ever on the subject. “Art in Chicago” tells the history of Chicago visual art from before the Great Chicago Fire until today. With photos, essays and new work from Kerry James Marshall and Chris Ware, it is a big book on a big topic.
During a recent trip to the Art Institute of Chicago I purchased this book as a souvenir. At museums I tend to take more in visually than reading everything while there. This book was a great compliment, as it allowed me to read up on most of the items I had seen on display.
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All of these topics are deeply covered in the book’s excellent essays. • Eds Maggie Taft and Robert Cozzolino, Art in Chicago: a History from the Fire to Now, The University of Chicago Press ($65)Author: Jason Foumberg.
Art in Chicago is a magisterial account of the long history of Chicago art, from the rupture of the Great Fire in to the present, Manierre Dawson, László Moholy-Nagy, and Ivan Albright to Chris Ware, Anne Wilson, and Theaster Gates. The first single-volume history of art and artists in Chicago, the book—in recognition of the complexity.
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