On this month’s edition of our Fielding Practice podcast, Duncan MacKenzie, Dan Gunn and Art21 Blog Editor Claudine Isé discuss the upcoming New Art Dealer’s Alliance (NADA) Art Fair in Miami (December 1-4) and review the DePaul Art Museum’s current group exhibition on Chicago art, Re:Chicago (on view through March 4). Re:Chicago features the work of 40 Chicago artists curated by numerous members of Chicago’s art world, who were asked to make selections that would contribute to a larger conversation about “who’s famous, who used to be, and who ought to be.”
We keep this week’s episode short and sweet (about 30 minutes) by wrapping it up with our picks of exhibitions and events taking place during the upcoming month in Chicago, listed below. Thanks for listening!
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Panelists’ Picks for November:
Dan Gunn: Cole Pierce and Rusty Shackleford at Hinge Gallery. Exhibition up through January 4, 2011.
Duncan MacKenzie: Hyperallergic’s list of the Top 20 Most Powerless People in the Art World, 2011 Edition (the inclusion of arts writers is particularly depressing) along with University of Illinois at Chicago’s Gallery 400’s new website redesign and their current exhibition Archival Impulse.
Claudine Isé: Blaque Lyte, a group exhibition of art works made to be seen under–you guessed it!–black lights, at the Hyde Park Art Center through January 9, 2012. Acid tabs not included.