Posts by consortia_leo
Exhibiting Visionary Histories: a Conversation with the curators of "Past Forward" at the Art Institute of Chicago
Talking with the Zoë Ryan, Alison Fisher, and Maite Borjabad López-Pastor, the Art Institute's architecture and design curators, about exhibiting architecture past and present.
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How the Chicago Tribune Tower Competition changed architecture forever — and why it's worth revisiting
Chicago’s Tribune Tower has stood at the heart of the city’s cultural heritage and influenced generations of architects around the world. The 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial revisits it's legacy with a monumental new installation.
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Electronic music pioneer Mark Fell brings an immersive sound piece to Chicago this week
The collaboration with bassoonist Katherine Young will fill Preston Bradley Hall with an exploration of sound in space.
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How to Explore the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial
A quick guide to everything happening at the Biennial this fall, from exhibitions and special projects to performances and programs.
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Revisiting the Chicago Pile-1 and the Architecture of the Atomic Age
75 years after the world's first nuclear reactor was built in secret underneath Chicago, Italian studio The Empire is unearthing its legacy at the Chicago Architecture Biennial
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Exploring the second city’s underrated spaces with the Chicago Architecture Biennial’s local participants
A local's guide to hidden gems, neighborhood favorites, and overlooked masterpieces.
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Two years later, these projects from the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial are still making an impact