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Artist Talk: Charles Ray

May 14, 2015
Rubloff Auditorium
Free with museum admission; registration not required

Celebrated sculptor Charles Ray speaks about work he produced over the past two decades on view at the Art Institute of Chicago in the exhibition Charles Ray: Sculpture, 1997–2014. The first major exhibition since a mid-career retrospective in 1998, Charles Ray picks up where the prior exhibition left off to include 21 works made by the artist in the last two decades, presenting a full range of his most recent work. Co-organized by the Art Institute and the Kunstmuseum Basel, this presentation can only be seen in the United States at the Art Institute, and six sculptures—including four new works in their museum debut: Horse and Rider, Huck and Jim, Dog (Silver), and Girl on Pony—are on view only in Chicago.

Registration is not required.

Presented by the Society for Contemporary Art and the Department of Museum Education

Charles Ray. Sleeping Woman, 2012. Glenstone.