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It Remains to Be Seen

In an essay, curator Abigail Winograd reflects upon how An-My Lê and Shahzia Sikander are connected by an impulse to see America, to see oneself in America, and to see America seeing itself.

What’s on this Spring

Three exhibitions marking the 40th anniversary of the MacArthur Fellows Program open across Chicago in Spring 2021, ushering in the first wave of projects presented in conjunction with Toward Common Cause.

It Remains to Be Seen

A painting of two overlapping reclining figures

In an essay, curator Abigail Winograd reflects upon how An-My Lê and Shahzia Sikander are connected by an impulse to see America, to see oneself in America, and to see America seeing itself.

What’s on this Spring

Three exhibitions marking the 40th anniversary of the MacArthur Fellows Program open across Chicago in Spring 2021, ushering in the first wave of projects presented in conjunction with Toward Common Cause.