“Demonstrating Bowie’s lasting influence,” Windy City Times
“Demonstrating Bowie’s lasting influence on multiple areas of contemporary culture, nearly all of the Bowie-related programs at the MCA were sold out. This included programs with internationally renowned cultural figures from disciplines such as music, film, and literature with talks by Kevin Barnes, Bryan Ferry, Neil Gaiman, Todd Haynes, Sandy Powell, and St. Vincent; performances by Boy George, Michael Clark Company, Bobby Conn, Disappears, Tim Kinsella, Jon Langford and Sally Timms, ONO, and White Mystery; and a David Bowie Film Festival.” Read more on Windy City Times!
Posted 01.09.15 Permalink to this story
SEE: WHITE MYSTERY AT THE MCA
White Mystery, the Chicago-based brother-sister rock ‘n’ roll duo of Miss Alex White and Francis Scott Key White, blister through a set of David Bowie covers in this program presented in association with the exhibition David Bowie Is.
Posted 08.02.14 Permalink to this story
IMPRESSIONISM, FASHION, AND MODERNITY
Thanks to the Art Institute of Chicago and Leo Burnett for a private tour of the Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity exhibit, which highlights the works of French painters, and the outfits worn by its subjects! See it for yourself.
Posted 08.11.13 Permalink to this story