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In the News

The Chicago Reader examines the significance of South Asia Institute’s exhibition “What is Seen and Unseen: Mapping South Asian American Art in Chicago.”
WTTW looks at the connections between Japanese photographer Akito Tsuda and the residents of Pilsen.
The Triibe highlights two solo exhibitions featuring the work of two of the city's prominent Black artists.
Block Club Chicago sheds light on The Greystone Collective, and their upcoming exhibition and event series as part of Art Design Chicago.  
CBS2’s Darius Johnson gets a sneak peek at Blanc Gallery’s new exhibition, Lawrence Agyei: DRILL.
WVON’s The Afternoon Show Looks at Art Design Chicago and Hyde Park Art Center’s Upcoming Spring Exhibitions and Programming.
Recent media coverage of A Love Supreme, a solo exhibition by designer Norman Teague at Elmhurst Art Museum, includes a feature by Angel Idowu of WTTW and an interview by Vasia Rigou of Newcity.
Ruth Duckworth’s ceramics channel the world around us through elements of fragility, earthly phenomenon, and connection to the nonhuman.
How Art Design Chicago supports local artists in their efforts to better understand their communities.
MCA exhibit explores sense of place, intertwined history between Puerto Rico and Chicago
In 2019, The Art Newspaper offers a glimpse into the 2024 iteration of Art Design Chicago from grant processes to exhibition programming.
In 2019, Steve Johnson covers the announcement of the 2024 iteration of Art Design Chicago

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