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MAS Context 2024 Spring Talks

February 19, 2024

We are happy to share the events of our MAS Context 2024 Spring Talks series. This series features in-person and online lectures on remarkable practices and practitioners, documentary screenings, book launches, the third edition of the Now / Arriving series, and a new installation as part of Concéntrico Festival in Spain.

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Shigeru Ban, Paper House, Yamanashi Prefecture, 1995. Photo © Hiroyuki Hirai. Courtesy of Thames & Hudson.

October 26-January 27 – (INFO AND PHOTOS)
Exhibition curated by Noemí Blager with films by Tapio Snellman
“A Lot With Little”

Thursday, January 18 – (VIDEO)
Lecture by Marta Maccaglia
“A Lot With Little”

Thursday, January 25 – (VIDEO)
Online conversation with Catherine Ledner and Roy Beeson
“Albert C. Ledner at 100”

January 26–January 28 – (INFO)
Digital screening of film by Catherine Ledner and Roy Beeson
“Designing Life: The Modernist Architecture of Albert C. Ledner”

Thursday, February 15 – (INFO AND PHOTOS)
Presentations by Paola Aguirre, Max Komnenich, Darnell Shields, Sana Syed, and Ya Vaughn Harlston
“A Lot With Little Chicago”

Thursday, February 22 – (INFO AND PHOTOS)
Presentations by Latent, Norman Kelley, and Woodhouse Tinucci
“Now / Arriving Spring 2024”

Sunday, March 3 – (INFO AND PHOTOS)
Presentation and book launch by Naomi Pollock

“The Japanese House Since 1945 | Schweikher House”

Thursday, April 11 – (VIDEO)
Lecture by Alison Fisher and Craig Lee

“Bruce Goff at the Art Institute of Chicago”

April 25–May 1 – (INFO AND PHOTOS)
Installation by Outpost Office as part of Concéntrico 10
“Public Utilities”

Thursday, June 6 – (INFO)
Presentation and book launch by Naomi Pollock
“The Japanese House Since 1945 | Wrightwood 659”

Saturday, June 15 – (INFO+RSVP)
Presentation and book launch by Virginia Hanusik
“Into the Quiet and the Light”

June 17–December 30 – (INFO)
Installation by Klaus
“Welcome to Tribuneville: An Imaginary Vision of an Old Chicago That Could Have Been”

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: mascontext.com/support.