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Talk with the Writers: Two Histories of the World

In its second form at the Hyde Park Art Center, the exhibition Two Histories of the World features all new artworks reflecting on the experience of the first exhibition, which took place in an old warehouse on the West side. Through a series of discussions in the galleries this fall, the exhibition also becomes a conduit for […]

Discussion: Two Histories of the World

In its second form at the Hyde Park Art Center, the exhibition Two Histories of the World features all new artworks. Through a series of discussions in the galleries this fall, the exhibition also becomes a conduit for personal recollections of a place that no longer exists—the original factory site, now demolished—and a way to gather different […]

Exhibition Reception for Two Histories of the World

Two Histories of the World is an experimental exhibition unfolding in multiple phases over the course of an entire year at two contrasting locations. Beginning October 2011, the exhibition took shape at William H. Cooper warehouse in West Humboldt Park, Chicago. The artists Mara Baker, Sara Black, Laura Davis and Mike Schuh created new works in response to the context […]