MAS Context 2019 Fall Talks

Casa Gomis, El Prat de Llobregat, 2019. © Iker Gil

 

We are happy to share the events of our MAS Context 2019 Fall Talks series as we continue to celebrate our 10th anniversary.

The series features exhibitions, art installations, talks, book launches, and the third exploration of the Art Institute of Chicago museum archives.

 

The events will take place in different venues across Chicago as well as in Plano, Illinois, and Barcelona, Spain. We are happy to collaborate with Espai Serrahima, the Farnsworth House, the Graham Foundation, IIT College of Architecture, the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago, Lawrence & Clark, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Ryerson & Burnham Libraries at the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Society of Architectural Historians.

We are also happy to be a partner organization of the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial that will take place between September 19, 2019, and January 5, 2020.

Looking forward to seeing you this fall!

 

Tuesday, August 27 – (INFO/RSVP)
Lecture by 300.000 km/s and David Schalliol
“Cartography and Photography: Revealing Global Metropolises”
Hosted by Espai Serrahima, Barcelona

 

September 17-October 30 – (INFO)
Exhibition featuring 300.000 km/s and David Schalliol
“Nocturnal Landscapes: Urban Flows of Global Metropolises”
Co-organized and hosted by the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago

 

Wednesday, September 25 – (INFO/RSVP)
Exhibition opening and lecture by 300.000 km/s and David Schalliol
“Nocturnal Landscapes: Urban Flows of Global Metropolises”
Hosted by the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago

 

October 11-October 13 – (INFO/RSVP)
Art installation by Luftwerk in collaboration with Iker Gil
“Geometry of Light”
Co-organized with the Farnsworth House and the National Trust for Historic Preservation

 

October 12-October 26 – (INFO)
Exhibition
“La Ricarda: An Architectural and Cultural Project”
Hosted by Lawrence & Clark

 

Monday, October 14 – (INFO/RSVP)
Lecture by Marita Gomis
“La Ricarda: An Architectural and Cultural Project”
Hosted by the Graham Foundation

 

Thursday, October 17 – (INFO/RSVP)
Lecture and book launches by Joshua G. Stein and Paulette Singley with a response by Sam Jacob
“Trajan’s Hollow / How to Read Architecture”
Hosted by the Society of Architectural Historians

 

Wednesday, October 30 – (INFO)
Lecture and book launch by Clive Wilkinson
“The Theatre of Work”
Hosted and co-organized by IIT College of Architecture

 

Saturday, November 9 – (INFO/RSVP)
Tracing / Traces: Architecture and the Archive 2019
Featuring Kelly Bair, Gia Biagi, Judith De Jong, Joshua G. Stein, and Dan Wheeler

Hosted by The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries

 

All the talks are open to the public. MAS Context is supported in part by private donations. For information about how to support MAS Context, please visit: www.mascontext.com/support

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