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AVERY LOZADA | DATE 4/13/2023

Join Artbook & MCA Chicago Store at EXPO CHICAGO 2023!

Thursday, April 13 through Sunday, April 16, join Artbook & MCA Chicago Store for EXPO CHICAGO 2023! Located in the northwest corner of Festival Hall near the West Café, the Artbook & MCA Store presents a vibrant pop-up shop featuring exclusive products, limited-edition artworks and a hand-picked list of new and classic exhibition catalogs, art and photography monographs, artist's books and more! Works by Chicago artists Brandon Breaux, Liz Flores, Isabelle Gougenheim and MCA’s current exhibition, Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora 1990s–Today, will be showcased.

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BOOKS ARE URGENT TOTES


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For decades now, we've been relying on influential Serpentine Gallery curator and epic conversationalist Hans Ulrich Obrist to call it like it is in our small world of art and photobook scholarship. We're happy to announce that our wildly popular BOOKS ARE URGENT heavy-duty tote bags are back in time for EXPO CHICAGO!


TALKS & BOOK EVENTS


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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 3:30–4:30 PM
FORECAST FORM | CARLA ACEVEDO-YATES IN CONVERSATION WITH SUCHITRA MATTAI AND COSMO WHYTE
DIALOGUES STAGE DURING VIP PREVIEW

Panelists | Carla Acevedo-Yates (Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago), Suchitra Mattai (Artist), Cosmo Whyte (Artist)

Join Carla Acevedo-Yates, Marilyn and Larry Fields Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, for a conversation on her exhibition Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora 1990s–Today, which features artworks whose formal approaches reconfigure the relationship between identity and place through the lens of diaspora, displacement and dispersal. Acevedo-Yates will be joined in conversation by contributing artists Suchitra Mattai and Cosmo Whyte. Mattai is a multi-disciplinary artist who uses craft-based processes to address topics such as legacies of colonialism and relationships between culture and gender. Whyte creates conceptual work through drawing, performance, and sculpture that explores how notions of identity are disrupted by migration. Acevedo-Yates was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and has worked as a curator, researcher and art critic across Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States. Forecast Form will travel to the ICA Boston this year and to MCA San Diego in 2024. This panel is presented in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and ArtNexus and will be followed by a book signing of the Forecast Form catalog in the Soho House Snug.

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SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 12–1 PM
ARCHIVES AND DIASPORA | MEMORY TRACED THROUGH ARTISTS IN EXPOSURE
DIALOGUES STAGE

Panelists | Aimé Iglesias Lukin (Americas Society), Agustín Díez Fischer (ESPIGAS), Iván Krassoievitch (Artist), Susana Wald (Artist)

This panel will explore the intersection of archives and diasporas, focusing partly on the research Iglesias Lukin conducted for This Must Be The Place: Latin American Artists in New York: 1965-1975, an exhibition and book born of her doctoral dissertation researching migrant artists in the city during the surge of the neo-avant gardes. In dialogue with Agustín Díez Fischer, director of the archive Fundación ESPIGAS, and artists Iván Krassoievitch and Susana Wald, the panel will explore how the migrant experience informs their life and practice, and how archives constitute a tool to keep a memory away from home. This panel is presented in partnership with Terremoto and will be followed by a book signing of This Must Be The Place.


FEATURED TITLES AT EXPO CHICAGO 2023


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Gego: Measuring Infinity, published by Guggenheim Museum Publications
This Must Be the Place: An Oral History of Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975, published by Americas Society / ISLAA
Jameson Green, published by Derek Eller Gallery, Inc.
Firelei Báez: to breathe full and free, published by Gregory R. Miller & Co.
Richard Hunt, published by Gregory R. Miller & Co.
Cyberfeminism Index, published by Inventory Press
Jack Whitten: Cosmic Soul, published by Hauser & Wirth Publishers
Amoako Boafo, published by Roberts Projects
Amy Sherald: The World We Make, published by Hauser & Wirth Publishers


VISIT


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HOURS & LOCATION
Ticketed Vernissage: Thursday, April 13: 6–9 PM
Friday, April 14: 11 AM–7 PM
Saturday, April 15: 11 AM–7 PM
Sunday, April 16: 11 AM–6 PM

EXPO CHICAGO
Chicago Navy Pier
Festival Hall
600 E Grand Ave
Chicago IL 60611
Join Artbook & MCA Chicago Store at EXPO CHICAGO 2023!
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Forecast Form

Forecast Form

DelMonico Books/Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Hbk, 8.25 x 10.75 in. / 288 pgs / 135 color.

$65.00  free shipping