Exhibition about intolerance in more than 40 objects and four installations including work by Francisco de Goya and Philip Guston.
MICA's new exhibition is about intolerance of all sorts. Pieces range from a South African artist's photomontages about apartheid to a life-size replica of the scaffold built for the execution of Chicago's infamous Haymarket Martyrs in 1887. More than 40 objects and four installations make up the show, including work by Francisco de Goya and Philip Guston. (Three solo shows by MICA alumni will run simultaneously, for about one month each.) Just think, you'll appreciate your cozy holidays that much more after a healthy reminder of man's inhumanity to man. The show runs through March 13, 2011. (Andrea Appleton)
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