EXPO Chicago 2016 Reveals its Program
EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, announces the full program for /Dialogues, presented in partnership with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and on-site panels to take place at Navy Pier during the fifth annual exposition, Sept. 22–25, 2016.
/Dialogues features over 20 panel discussions with leading artists, curators, collectors, critics, and arts professionals on the current issues that engage them. Located on the far east end of Navy Pier’s Festival Hall, the /Dialogues stage will feature continuous programming throughout each day of the fair, offering guests multiple chances to see and hear dynamic discussions between some of the most respected arts professionals living today. In addition to /Dialogues, EXPO CHICAGO and presenting sponsor Northern Trust will host the return of “Exchange by Northern Trust: An Interactive Conversation Around the Art of Collecting” for a series of private discussions tailored exclusively for invited VIP guests. Joining 145 leading international galleries from 23 countries and 52 cities, the 2016 panel programs will include a thematically focused symposium, performative panels as well as the inaugural Art Critics Forum.
“We are thrilled to announce the full program for /Dialogues and panels to join the ART & LANGUAGE symposium during the fifth edition of the fair—featuring some of the most important voices in contemporary art spanning a diverse range of subjects,” said Director of Programming | EXPO CHICAGO Stephanie Cristello. “The roster of panelists we have set for this September promises to place Chicago on the vanguard of contemporary art criticism and discourse.”
See the full program and details on Expo Chicago.
EXPO CHICAGO is on view at Navy Pier, September 22–25, 2016.