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Line up for EXPO Chicago's upcoming lineup

It’s almost time for EXPO Chicago—the International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art—when The School of The Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) co-presents /Dialogues, panel discussions on art.

“SAIC is proud to partner with EXPO Chicago on the /Dialogues series for the third year,” states SAIC Dean of Faculty and Vice President for Academic Administration Lisa Wainwright. “Bringing visitors to EXPO CHICAGO and engaging through these discussions enriches the context of the art on view at the exposition, and provides an opportunity for an important exchange from some of today’s top artists and thinkers.”

/Dialogues schedule includes

Friday, September 19

11:15 am | The Contemporary Foundation

Elizabeth Smith, Joel Wachs and Christy MacLear

In Conversation
12:45 am | The State of the Midwest Museum

Christopher Atkins, Rose Bouthillier and Tricia Paik

In Conversation
2:00 pm | /Dialogues Highlight

Ryan Gander In Conversation with Hamza Walker

4:00 pm | Collecting: Challenges in a New World

Sandra Guthman, R. Hugh Magill, Canice Prendergast and Dorsey Waxter, 
moderated by Brook S. Mason

5:30 pm | In Conversation: French Curator Exchange
Naomi Beckwith, Guillaume Désanges and Matthieu Poirier, moderated by Forrest Nash

Saturday, September 20

11:15 am | What Do Your Politics Get From Being In My Art?

Jim Duignan, Michael Rakowitz and Abigail Satinsky, moderated by Duncan MacKenzie

12:45 am | In Conversation: The Network as Form

Pablo Helguera and Christian Viveros-Faune

2:00 pm | In Conversation: (Im)possible Matters
Franklin Sirmans In Conversation with Tavares Strachan

3:30 pm | /Dialogues Highlight: The Physical Importance of Performance Art

Eric Shiner In Conversation with RoseLee Goldberg

5:00 pm | In Conversation: “ART21” – Season 7

James Cohan and Arlene Shechet

Sunday, September 21

11:30 am | /Dialogues Highlight: The Open Road

Justine Kurland and Alec Soth

1:00 pm | Sculpture/Culture

Orly Genger and Hank Willis Thomas

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