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Since 1989, the influential Delhi-based Sahmat has offered a platform for artists, writers, poets, musicians, actors, and activists to create and present works of art that promote artistic freedom and celebrate secular, egalitarian values. The collective formed in the weeks after playwright, actor, and activist Safdar Hashmi was fatally attacked by political thugs while performing a street play.
Revealing the complex layers and stark contrasts of Delhi, Indian artist Gigi Scaria’s site-specific installation City Unclaimed combines a large photo-based mural of an imaginary cityscape with a working fountain that stands as both a monument to a glorious past and also a reminder of bubbling societal tension. Covering the central wall of the Smart Museum’s reception hall, the immersive mural is manipulated and stitched together from photographs Scaria has taken around his home city of Delhi.
Traditional art from the Indian sub-continent reveals the region’s layers of history and unique racial, linguistic, and cultural diversity. This exhibition presents a small yet incredibly diverse selection of Indian art from the Smart’s collection.
In her new site-specific work commissioned for the Smart’s courtyard, Valerie Snobeck (University of Chicago MFA 2008) re-uses construction material to open up broad questions about aesthetics, value, and the built environment. American Standard Movement centers on debris netting that was previously used in a building project on the University of Chicago’s campus.
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This intimate exhibition examines the resurgence and reassessment of Japanese printmaking in the first two decades after World War II. During this period of intense activity, print artists pursued aesthetic developments from the prewar years with renewed vigor and looked beyond Japan to investigate foreign techniques and subjects.
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Contact: Colleen Flanigan Director of Marketing and Public Relations 312.704.8420, ext. 225 email@example.com Chicago, IL (August 2, 2012) – On August 23rd, Chicago Opera Theater’s (COT) Opera Underground – COT’s…