Chicago Architecture Biennial
(Chicago Cultural Center and throughout the city)
The second edition of Chicago’s biggest architecture celebration—also the largest architecture and design exhibition in North America—ends this month. Go now.
(Through January 7)
David Hartt: in the forest
Last chance to see the mixed-media installation that negotiates the relationships between ideology, architecture and the environment through film, photographs, sculpture, tropical plants, ambient sound and ceramic objects, as artist David Hartt revisits architect Moshe Safdie’s unfinished 1968 Habitat Puerto Rico project.
(Through January 6)
Second Annual Allure Fashion Show
January is human-trafficking-awareness month and Traffick Free raises awareness with a benefit fashion show celebrating some of the city’s best. Proceeds will be donated to the nonprofit organization fighting human trafficking in Chicago.
(January 19, 6pm-9pm)
Brendan Fernandes: The Master and Form
A nod to his past as a dancer, the Kenyan-Indian-Canadian artist explores notions of mastery and discipline in an installation-performance series that brings together ballet dancers and design objects.
(Opening reception, January 25, 6pm-8pm)
Randolph Street Market
The first market of the new year features vintage and antique furniture, fashion, jewelry, indie designer accessories and everything in between.
(January 27-28, 10am-5pm)
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