Haegue Yang: Monochrome Multitudes Artist Lecture | Smart Museum of Art and University of Chicago | Nov 17, 6 PM CST

Haegue Yang, Sol LeWitt Upside Down onto Wall – Modular Wall Structure, Expanded 20 Times, 2022, Aluminum Venetian blinds, powder-coated aluminum hanging structure, steel wire rope, LED tubes, cable, 196.85 x 198.43 x 40.94 inches (500 x 504 x 104 cm)

Haegue Yang: Monochrome Multitudes Artist Lecture

Smart Museum of Art and University of Chicago
November 17, 2022 | 6 PM CST


In conjunction with the exhibition Monochrome Multitudes, the Smart Museum of Art and University of Chicago partners present a quarter-long artist talk series.

Join Haegue Yang and other exhibiting artists as they consider the rich and sometimes idiosyncratic references and resonances in their own work, while also speaking to the histories of the monochrome and abstraction broadly conceived.

The talk is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Advanced registration is encouraged.

Haegue Yang’s artist talk is co-sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Chicago.

For more information, please visit the University of Chicago's website.

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