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Chicago Art Handlers and Teamsters Fight Over Results of Unionization Vote

by Henry Kaye on June 3, 2014
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The results of the art handlers’ vote remain on hold.

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Revising History With the Nasher’s “Jazz Age” Retrospective

by Whitney Kimball on June 2, 2014
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On its first stop in a national tour, “Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist” reintroduces viewers to a Harlem Renaissance painter who seems to have little to do with any movement at all.

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We Went To Chicago: The Horrors of Parenthood, The Strength of Drawings

by Robin Dluzen and Damien James on May 19, 2014
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Ana Casas Broda’s photographs of her young boys suckling on her breasts spark quite a bit of discussion. Her work is part of a larger show on motherhood called Home Truths at The Museum of Contemporary Photography. Also discussed: William J. O’Brien at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

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[UPDATE] Allegations Emerge Against Mana-Terry Dowd for Intimidating Art Handlers

by Corinna Kirsch on April 16, 2014
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With the art handlers’ union vote coming up in just over a week, allegations have emerged charging Mana-Terry Dowd with voter interference.

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Art Museums Might Become More Diverse, Thanks to the Mellon Foundation

by Corinna Kirsch on January 6, 2014
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Are art museums far too white? Well, yes.

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We Went to Chicago: West of the Loop Edition

by Robin Dluzen and Pedro Velez on April 25, 2013
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Is “Psychosexual” at Andrew Rafacz gallery a portrait of the collector-psychologist-curator? Is Oliver Henry’s coffee creamer drawing charming? And can a pair of socks ever be a metaphor for the Gaza-Israel conflict? Critics Robin Dluzen and Pedro Vélez discuss.

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