Chicago, IL : Museum of Contemporary Art, 1984. Paperback. 72 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm. Brand New.
Alternative Spaces: A History in Chicago is the first comprehensive documentation of a vital history of art in Chicago: the role and contribution of the many artist-founded cooperatives and galleries that have enlivened this city’s art scene. These spaces are commonly held to be children of the 1970s, however, this book reveals a much longer tradition that can be traced back to the mid-1800s. Without such venues, a great deal of new and innovative art might never have come to the attention of the Chicago community and, indeed, the community-at-large, as a considerable number of locally, nationally, and internationally renowned artists were introduced through alternative spaces.
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