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  1. This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s: "Kissing Doesn't Kill"


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    The exhibition, This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s, provides an overview of the artistic production of a decade of cultural and political transformation. Presenting canonical…

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    • Arquitectonica talk at the MCA


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      Presented in partnership with Chicago Women in Architecture. In this conversation, Laurinda Spear, founding principal of Arquitectonica, discusses the firm and its projects with colleague and…

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      • William J. O’Brien @ MCA Chicago


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        William J. O’Brien, the artist’s first major solo museum exhibition, demonstrates his prolific output in a broad range of media, from sculpture and ceramics to drawing, textiles, and painting.…

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        • John Jota Leaños: Imperial Silence: Una Ópera Muerta


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          Sep 14–16, 2012 Cultural taboos around silence, death, and dissent are presented through a multimedia performance that fuses dark, humored animation with Mexican dance, Mariachi, hip-hop,…

        • Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People: And lose the name of action


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          Jan 31–Feb 3, 2013 The Brooklyn-based Miguel Gutierrez creates performances that explore philosophical questions about life, desire, and the search for meaning. "And lose the name of…

        • Teatro Buendia: Pedro Páramo


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          Mar 22–31, 2013 Havana’s formidable theater innovators Flora Lauten and Raquel Carrió are staging the greatest magical realism tale in Latin American literature—Juan Rulfo’s…

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          • Back to Back Theatre: Ganesh Versus the Third Reich


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            May 16–19, 2013 and experiences of actors perceived to have intellectual disabilities. The story begins with the elephant-headed god Ganesh travelling through Nazi Germany to reclaim the…

          • Compagnie Marie Chouinard: Henri Michaux: Mouvements


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            Mar 21–23, 2013 Montreal-based choreographer Marie Chouinard's "Henri Michaux: Mouvements" is a new work inspired by the French artist Michaux’s book of poetry and drawings,…

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            • ICE (International Contemporary Ensemble) David Lang: the whisper opera


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              May 30–Jun 2, 2013 at the MCA Stage Featuring a world-premiere chamber opera by David Lang, commissioned by ICE with Tony Arnold as solo soprano, this one-of-a-kind work is performed with…

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              • Martin Creed: Work No. 1020 (Ballet)


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                Nov 15–16, 2012 Fortified with a generous sense of humor, Martin Creed reevaluates the status of art in this virtuosic mash up of music and movement. The Turner Prize–winning artist…

              • The Way of the Shovel: Art as Archaeology


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                The Way of the Shovel: Art as Archaeology traces the interest in history, archaeology, and archival research that defines some of the most highly regarded art of the last decade. Consisting almost…

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                • Stew and the Negro Problem: Chicago song cycle


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                  Oct 20–21, 2012 Stew, the Tony Award-winning creator and star of Broadway’s rock musical "Passing Strange" and his band perform a new song cycle inspired by Stew and collaborator…

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