Episode 722: Alex Chitty, Raven Munsell, and Jack Schneider

Episode 722: Alex Chitty, Raven Munsell, and Jack Schneider


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Join Dana and Brian for a conversation with Alex Chitty, Raven Munsell and Jack Schneider, the artist and curators behind the playful and innovative exhibition Becoming the Breeze: Alex Chitty with Alexander Calder on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art through April 12th. We learn about the history of the Ruth and Leonard Horwich Family Loan that mandates the nearly permanent exhibition of Calder’s work and the ‘breeze’ of unseen documentation and labor that supports the beloved mobiles and sculptures.

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/20-2/26)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/20-2/26)

1. Elnaz Javani: Your Residue February 21st, 2020 6-9PM Work by: Elnaz Javani One After 909: 906 N Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60622   2. Something Blue February 22nd, 2020 6-10PM Work by: Jaime Angelopoulos, Alika Cooper, Amy Feldman, Yowshien Kuo, Ryan Lauderdale,...
Episode 721: Ashley Teamer

Episode 721: Ashley Teamer


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Join us today on Bad at Sports for a special interview with artist Ashley Teamer. Teamer discusses her latest exhibition, Better Than Me, and her work documenting the female basketball team at Dillard University. We delve into Teamer’s aspirations and  motivations fueling her work, which includes a new series of billboards featuring Dillard players that will be on view in New Orleans’ downtown during the 2020 NCAA Women’s Final Four in April.

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/13-2/19)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/13-2/19)

1. Bonny Nahmias: To Hold Space February 14th, 2020 6-10PM Work by: Bonny Nahmias Ground Level Platform: 2001 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60608   2. Collage Art Association February 15th, 2020 5-7PM Work by: AJ McClenon, Selina Trepp, Jacob Ciocci, Rebecca Morgan, Andy...
Episode 720: Terrain 2019 Ross Sawyers and Friends

Episode 720: Terrain 2019 Ross Sawyers and Friends


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The Terrain Biennial 2019. Radio Calamity…

So this was expected to be a much longer episode. Then many things no one could control happened…

Principally, it is now an interview with the Chicago based artist Ross Sawyers (who works as the Chair of Photography were Duncan works as the Chair of Art and Art History, Columbia College Chicago) with a couple of short footnotes. We are joined by his son Charlie.