The Art Institute, March 1st, 2014
Join us for this opportunity to discuss an exhibit of Christopher Wool, one of the most highly acclaimed contemporary painters for his fresh approach to abstract painting. The exhibit, first shown at the Guggenheim Museum, highlights his iconic word paintings based on how we perceive speech. It also shows his paintings, photographs and works on paper created from spray paint, solvents, rags and other methods that make us see art in new ways.
We will also see “The Production Line of Happiness”, an exhibit of installation photography by Christopher Williams. Williams has mimed the techniques and history of photography to question its commercial influence on our thinking.
Meet at the Monroe St. entrance, Modern Wing of the Art Institute
Free for Friends level members
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