Thursday, April 12, 2018

Writers Theatre >> Free Upcoming WT Events! (Glencoe,IL)


Smart People
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Join us for these upcoming events connected to Smart People (including a special Making Of… featuring playwright Lydia R. Diamond), as well as the next installment in the Writers Theatre Play Reading Series: Vérité by Nick Jones. Space is limited for all events, so we encourage you to RSVP today!




Monday, April 16 at 7pmHosted by Highland Park Public Library   494 Laurel Ave, Highland Park

Featuring: Lori D. Barcliff Baptista (University of Illinois at Chicago), Annette D’Onofrio (Northwestern University, the Chicagoland Language Project) and Chloe Johnston (Lake Forest College,
The Neo-Futurists)
Whether consciously or not, most of us have engaged in a phenomenon of social interaction popularly known as “code-switching.” As Smart People examines issues of privilege, implicit bias and miscommunication, this event seeks to define “code-switching” and decode the subtle shifts in how we perceive others and how we choose to present ourselves and communicate.
RSVP for free today!

Monday, April 30 at 7pmHosted by Vernon Area Public Library 
 300 Olde Half Day Road, Lincolnshire

Featuring: Joy Bivins, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Chicago History Museum
Smart People examines the role that race plays in the lives of four particular people, whose personal and professional lives become intertwined. To take a deeper look at the idea of race, Joy Bivins (Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Chicago History Museum) shares highlights from the Chicago History Museum exhibit Race: Are We So Different? RSVP for free today!


Sunday Spotlight

Sunday, May 13 after the matinee performance (approximately 4:15pm)

Are you curious about the world that surrounds your favorite plays? Sunday Spotlight offers access to the finest speakers, scholars and cultural leaders. This FREE one-hour event extends the conversation on our stages by featuring an expert in an area connected to the play. Seating is limited, so RSVP for free today! 
Making of...

Monday, May 21 at 6:30pm

Playwright Lydia R. Diamond will discuss her writing career and its beginnings in Chicago, the inspiration and motivations behind her play Smart People, as well as the different resonance the play now has, two presidential cycles after its setting. Seating is limited, so RSVP for free today!



Written by Nick Jones
Directed by Brian Balcom

Monday, April 30th at 7:00pm
The Gillian Theatre, 325 Tudor Court, Glencoe

Featuring: Nathan Hosner*, Darci Nalepa*, Cristina Panfilio*, Vincent Teninty*
 and Zachary Uzarraga with additional casting TBA.


Struggling writer Jo has been given the opportunity of a lifetime to write her own memoir. The only catch is that her publishers explicitly ask that she only write about her life truly, and that it be as exciting as possible. As mysterious and even sinister events start happening to her, Jo has to decide how far she is willing to go to make her life into art, and whether it’s all coincidence or if someone is determined to make sure her memoir is a best-seller at any cost. The play had its world premiere at Lincoln Center Theater in 2015.
*Denotes a member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers


There are brief post-show conversations after every Tuesday and Wednesday evening performance in the theatre? Stick around after the play to participate in a 15-minute discussion of the play with members of the WT Artistic Team and the Smart People company. (Please note that extension weeks do not include pre- and post-show discussions). 

Writers Theatre Box Office: 847-242-6000
Box Office Hours:
Sunday & Monday: 12pm – 5pm
Tuesday – Saturday: 12pm – 6:30pm 
Writers Theatre
325 Tudor Court
Glencoe, IL, 60022

Liverpool Productions >> Fab 4 Music Festival in CT Announces Band Line-Up (Wallingford, CT)

The Fab 4 Music Festival will "come together" at the Toyota Oakdale Theater in Wallingford, CT on Saturday, June 9 from 1 pm-10pm.
The bands playing under the Dome at this year's festival include Connecticut's Penny LaneNumber Nine, The TaxmenRotaryTake Two & Call Me In The MorningDouble The DialCorporation TeeShirt and headliners The Hofners. New York's Beatlehead and   Pat Horgan's Thunder Road are also playing the main stage.
Outside patio artists include  Dramatic Turn's Brideau & MillerFools On The Hill Sal & AlanDizzyfish Acoustic with Eric HerbstSuns of Walrus and The Navels - all from CT. Rounding out the outdoor stage acts are Scott Ringle from NJ and  David Tessier's Pre-Fab Monkees All-Star Show from MA.
Only one band will have the honor of playing both stages, and they are the first international group to ever perform at the festival: The Breets are flying in from Mexico to make their U.S. debut.
One additional national act will complete the band line-up and a Special Guest of Honor will be announced soon.
Along with the great entertainment of 20 bands, there will be Beatles and music memorabilia dealers & vendors, exhibitors, kid-friendly activities, along with food trucks and other attractions. There is ample free parking. In honor of the year 1968, "ticket to ride" general admissions are only $19.68 each.
With a full day of fab 4 fun, 20 bands and non-stop music for all ages, as The Beatles sang, "It's Guaranteed to Raise a Smile."
For further info, visit website or call (203) 795-4737.
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Wednesday, April 11, 2018



Country legends Johnny Lee and Mickey Gilley have joined forces to co-headline the “Urban Cowboy Reunion Tour” which kicked off January 26. The two friends have reunited for a series of live concert dates throughout 2018. The tour kicked off in Stafford, Texas, and will visit cities all across the country, including Nevada, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Louisiana and Pennsylvania. After working together for over 50 years, Gilley and Lee have a friendship and stage chemistry that goes unmatched. The duo can be seen throughout the year in their hometown of Branson, Mo., at Mickey Gilley’s Shanghai Theater.

The tour reunites two of the stars of the 1980 iconic "Urban Cowboy" film. The movie depicts a young man, played by John Travolta, who learns about life and love in a Houston bar called “Gilley’s,” which was a real-life honky-tonk owned and operated by Gilley himself and still exists today in multiple cities. This country classic played an integral role in the careers of both Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee, among other artists, catapulting them and their music into the spotlight.

“I'm really, really happy about going out on the road with my good friend Mickey Gilley and doing the 'Urban Cowboy Reunion Tour',” says Lee. “We go back a long time, and it is fun sharing stories and music with the fans. This tour is long overdue, and it is gonna be like old times for you with my good friend- and to me that is a good thing.”

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to tour once again with my good friend. The Urban Cowboy craze kept my career alive for all of these years, and every night when I go to bed, I thank John Travolta for my amazing career. At 81, I am still rockin,” says Gilley.

Urban Cowboy Reunion Tour
April 14 - Morton, MN - Jackpot Junction Casino
April 15-17 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
April 20 - San Angelo, TX - Spur Arena
April 22-24 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
April 26 - Coeur D' Alene, ID - Coeur D' Alene Casino
April 28 - St. Michael, ND - Spirit Lake Casino
May 4 - Lawton, OK - Apache Casino
May 6-8 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
May 13-15 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
May 20-22 - Branson, MO Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
May 27-29 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
June 9 - Renfro Valley, KY - Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
June 10 - Lancaster, PA - American Music Theater
June 15 - Fort Worth, TX - Private show at Will Rogers Memorial Center
June 16 - Hereford, TX - Buck N Blowout
July 13 - Kansas City, MO - Ameristar Casino
July 14 - Newkirk, OK - First Council Casino
July 20 - Houston, TX - The Stampede
August 2 - Winnemucca, NV - Winnemucca Convention Center
August 3-4 - Jackpot, NV - Cactus Pete's
August 11 - New Braunfels, TX - Freheit Country Store
Sept. 2-4 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Sept. 9-11 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Sept. 16-18 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Sept. 22 - Midland, TX - A.G. Lankford Chaparral Center
Sept. 23-25 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 7-9 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 14-16 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 21-23 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 28-30 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov. 4-6 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov. 10 - Beaumont, TX - Beaumont Civic Center
Nov. 11-13 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov. 18-20 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov 25-27 - Branson, MO - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater

About Johnny Lee
Johnny Lee was born on July 3, 1946 in Texas City, Texas and was raised on a Dairy Farm in Alta Loma, Texas. After high school, Lee enlisted in the Navy, serving a tour of duty on the U.S.S. Chicago in Vietnam. Immediately upon returning home, he started pursuing his music. In 1968, he began a 10 year working relationship with Mickey Gilley. Recording with ABC/DOT and GRT Records, Lee had moderate success with “Country Party.” In 1979, Lee’s first onscreen role was in the 1979 TV movie, “The Girls in the Office,” starring Barbara Eden and Susan St. James. He was then asked to perform in the film, “Urban Cowboy,” starring John Travolta and Deborah Winger, and for which he recorded several songs used in the soundtrack. “Lookin’ For Love” from that soundtrack became Lee’s first Gold Record. It spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Country singles chart as No. 1, and No. 2 on the Pop singles chart. He followed up “Lookin’ For Love” with “One In A Million”, which spent two weeks at No. 1. In 2004, Johnny Lee was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame. Currently Johnny can be seen performing solo and together with Mickey Gilley on the Urban Cowboy Reunion tour, playing more than 40 dates across the U.S. in 2018. Keep up with all things Johnny Lee at

About Mickey Gilley
Country music artist Mickey Gilley has been wowing fans with his haunting sound of Louisiana rhythm and blues since 1957. The Mississippi native grew up with his two famous cousins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Swaggart, surrounded by the influence of music. Gilley made his chart topper debut with his song "Is It Wrong For Loving You," in which Kenny Rogers played the guitar. After moving to Pasadena, Texas, in 1971, he opened his world famous honky-tonk nightclub, Gilley’s. He continued to show chart success with hits like "City Lights" and "Don't The Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time" both of which reached number one on the Billboard Country Charts. In 1980, Gilley appeared in the film “Urban Cowboy” alongside John Travolta and Johnny Lee. At age 82, Gilley is currently on the Urban Cowboy Reunion Tour with Johnny Lee, playing more than 40 dates across the United States in 2018. Keep up with Mickey on his website at

Real Estate News >> Archie Bunker, Donald Trump & Robert E. Lee

The former homes of Carol O'Connor, Robert E. Lee & Donald Trump are for sale. The latest real estate news is featured at

“Archie Bunker's Malibu House”
A lot different than Archie Bunker's TV home in Queens, Carol O'Connor's longtime Malibu home is for sale at a pocket-listing price about $20 million. The O'Connor family owned the home for over 30 years until it sold two years ago for $9.3 million. The new owners did a complete restoration for the beach-area home with four bedrooms, vibrant courtyard with pool, Tesla charging station and solar energy systems, but no Meathead, Edith or Gloria.
“New Florida Beach Laws for the Rich”
Based on a new Florida law, Florida luxury condos, ritzy beach hotels and mansions may soon be able to keep the riffraff off their sand.  For many years, all of Florida's beaches were open to the public, even the Palm Beach mansions that sell for $50 million and more. Beginning July 1, Florida beach lovers may not be able to get their sun tan on their favorite beaches. The beach owners will need to get a judge's order and can only restrict access to dry sand that ocean tides do not reach. About 60 percent of Florida beaches are privately owned.
“Gulden Mustard House For Sale”
A mustard-yellow home for sale in Cold Harbor, New York was once owned by the Gulden Mustard family. The 18-room home on two acres with nine bedrooms, five fireplaces, pool and pool house with harbor views was built in the mid 1800s. According to Newsday, the Gulden family owned the home in the 1950s. The asking price is $2.499 million.
“Robert E. Lee's Childhood Home”
An Alexandria, Virginia home where Confederate General Robert E. Lee lived as a child and George Washington slept overnight is for sale at $8.5 million. The six-bedroom, brick home was built in 1795 and was home to the Lee family for about 80 years beginning in 1812 when his destitute father began renting the home. Robert lived there from age 5 until he entered West Point in 1825. The 8,145-square-foot home was also the site of the Stonewall Jackson Museum from 1967 to 2000 when it was sold to a private owner who did a full restoration of the home.
“Donald Trump's First Mansion Returns”
Donald Trump was only 35 when he and Ivana purchased his starter mansion - a 5.8-acre home on a peninsula in Greenwich, Connecticut for $4 million. Ivana immediately trumped up the mansion with lots of gold leaf, elegant chandeliers and crown moldings. When they divorced in 1991, Ivana won the mansion in the property settlement and sold the home in 1998 for $15 million. The new owners have toned it down a lot and added a tennis court, indoor lap pool, sauna and a 4,000-square-foot addition with guest suites.  It's back on the market at $45 million, the same price when it was on the market in 2016 and reduced from $50 million when it was listed in 2010.
“TV's Maverick 400-Acre Ranch”
James Garner was a television and movie star for over 40 years starring in 'Maverick,' 'The Great Escape' and 'The Rockford Files.' His former 400-acre ranch in Los Olivos is for sale at $16.5 million. Garner had the 8,000-square-foot home built in the 1990s with features including a shooting range, 25-acre vineyard and separate homes for the vineyard and ranch managers.
“Dusty Springfield's London Art Deco Home”
One of the 1960's and '70's most popular British singers was Dusty Springfield. Her former London Art-Deco style home with indoor pool, roof terrace and party room is for sale asking almost $20 million.  Dusty could sing it all crossing pop, blues and jazz with hits such as 'Son of a Preacher Man,' 'The Look of Love' and 'I Only Want to Be with You.' She died in 1999.
“Margaritaville Smash Hit in Daytona Beach”
Jimmy Buffett and Minto Communities have teamed up to build a Margaritaville in Daytona Beach, Florida. Located a few miles from the ocean near I-95, Margaritaville had more than 200 parrotheads camped out overnight when sales launched in November. The 55-and-older community features single family homes, 1,500 to 2,500 square feet priced from the low $200s to mid $300s. Amenities include a Latitude Bar & Grille and shuttle service to the beach. Minto Communities is one of Florida's largest developers. 
“World's Happiest Country”
According to an annual report from the United Nations, Finland is the world's happiest country followed by Norway and Denmark. The analysis is based on several factors including income, trust and life expectancy. The United States slipped four spots to #18.
“LBJ's Texas Ranch For Sale”
One week after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, new President Lyndon B. Johnson purchased an 800-acre ranch near Johnson City, Texas. Even though his main home was a 330-acre ranch on the Pedernales River in central Texas, his new ranch was intended as a getaway that would insulate him from the press and the pressures of Washington, D.C.. Johnson's former ranch has been downsized to 142 acres and is for sale at $2.8 million.
Visit for more historic, spectacular and celebrity homes and real estate news.

Macy’s State Street Hosts Bridal Sample Sale Extravaganza - All Wedding Gowns $500 And Under (Chicago, IL.)


WHAT:                Save the date! Macy's State Street will host the Bridal Sample Sale Extravaganza on May 5 and May 6. The exclusive clearance event will feature 750 sample gowns all available for $500 or less for a savings of approximately 60% to 80% off original prices! Brides-to-be can browse through dresses from top designers, including Demetrios, Cosmobella, Augusta Jones, Lazaro, Tara Keely by Lazaro, Watters & Watters, Watters Wtoo, Jorge Perez and Judd Waddell. The Bridal Sample Sale Extravaganza will take place during regular store hours in the Narcissus Room on the 7th floor of Macy’s State Street.
WHEN:                Saturday, May 5th & Sunday, May 6th during regular store hours

WHERE:             Macy’s State Street – 111 N. State St, Chicago, IL 60602 – 7th Floor, Narcissus Room


2018 Chicago City Markets Official Summer Season Kick Off on Daley Plaza on Thursday, May 10 (Chicago, IL.)
For Immediate Release: April 11, 2018                     

The market season kicks off on Thursday, May 10, at Daley Plaza featuring vendors from Maxwell Street Market and
the unveiling of the winning design of the COUNTRY Financial Reusable Bag Contest
The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events is pleased to present the summer season of Chicago City Markets presented by COUNTRY Financial®. Chicago City Markets sell fresh seasonal produce, flowers, prepared foods, unique Chicago-made products and rare finds – at Chicago’s longest running farmers market on Daley Plaza, the historic Maxwell Street Market and a dozen more community markets in neighborhoods across Chicago.. A complete list of city-run markets, along with dates and times are listed below and at
“Chicago City Markets are farmers markets and much more,” said Mark Kelly, Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. “Our markets provide residents with access to fresh and healthy food – and unique Chicago-made products and other merchandise – but they also bring communities together, many offering live music and other cultural activities.”
The official kick-off of the Chicago City Markets summer season will take place on Thursday, May 10, at 11:30 a.m. at the City Market at Daley Plaza. Among the activities, COUNTRY Financial® will announce the winner of the 11th Annual Reusable Bag Design Contest and will distribute free, reusable bags to market goers. This year’s winning design by a local student will be based on the theme You’ve Got a Lot Growing For You. The winning student will receive a scholarship prize and appear on thousands of reusable canvas bags distributed at Chicago City Market locations. The City Market at Daley Plaza will be open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will also feature visiting vendors from the Maxwell Street Market.
“COUNTRY Financial is thrilled to be sponsoring our 11th annual bag design contest,” said Mike Fisher, Agency Vice President of Community Business Development at COUNTRY Financial. “It’s the best time of the year when our vendors and friends are back at the market with farm-fresh products, and we can fill up our newly designed reusable bag. It’s a special feeling.”
The Maxwell Street Market (800 S. Desplaines St.) is a year-round Chicago tradition of bargains and bargaining with an international flavor. The historic market, open year-round on Sundays, 7 a.m.–3 p.m, offers an eclectic mix of foods and finds—from tools to tires. It is also renowned for the best, authentic Mexican- and Latin-style street food in Chicago, with favorites that include: tamales, banana leaf wrapped tamals, tacos, quesadillas with fresh handmade corn tortillas, elotes and corn cakes. Beverage choices include soft drinks, horchatas and other fruit flavored drinks.  For the sweet tooth, market goers can enjoy sorbet, funnel cakes, baked goods and Mangonadas served in a large cup with layers of mango sorbet, mango slices, drizzled with lime, chamoy and sprinkled chili powder.For additional information, visit and follow us on Facebook at Maxwell Street Market.
Chicago City Markets take place in neighborhoods across the city from Lincoln Park to Roseland, downtown to Austin. Many markets serve communities with limited access to fresh produce and areas designated low-income, low-access by the U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA). This year, most of the City of Chicago-managed market locations will accept LINK and will distribute double value coupons with every LINK purchase in a partnership with Experimental Station. Residents can find their neighborhood market at
In recognition of Chicago’s Year of Creative Youth, throughout 2018 various City Markets will host cooking demonstrations by student-chefs from Washburne Culinary & Hospitality Institute, locations and dates to be announced. Maxwell Street Market will also feature performances by youth groups at Maxwell Street Market on the second Sunday of each month. Additionally, all of the designs submitted for the 11th Annual Reusable Bag Design Contest will be on display from April 30 through May 11 in the lobby of the Daley Center (50 W. Washington St.). Mayor Emanuel has designated 2018 as the Year of Creative Youth as a citywide celebration of Chicago’s young artists and the mentors who inspire them. Throughout For more information about the Year of Creative Youth, visit—and join the conversation on Facebook (Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events), Twitter @ChicagoDCASE and Instagram @ChicagoDCASE #2018isYOCY #ChiCreativeYouth #BornCreative.
The City of Chicago-managed markets opening in May are the Daley Plaza Farmers Market at 50 W. Washington St. opening on Thursday, May 10; the Division Street Farmers Market at Division St. and Dearborn Pkwy. opening on Saturday, May 12 and the Federal Plaza Farmers Market at Adams St. and Dearborn Pkwy. opening on Tuesday, May 15. Most community markets open in June and July. Maxwell Street Market operates year-round on Sundays.
The Chicago City Markets presented by COUNTRY Financial® are produced by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and sponsored in part by 93XRT, CBS 2 Chicago, WLS 94.7FM, Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and the Chicago Tribune.
(City-run community and farmers markets- schedule subject to change)
Maxwell Street Market
800 S. Desplaines St.
Year-round; 7am–3pm
Bronzeville Community Market
4700 S. King Dr.
July 8–September 16; 10am–2pm
Columbus Park Community Market
500 S. Central Ave.
July 10 – September 11; 2–7pm
Federal Plaza Market
50 W. Adams St.
May 15–October 30; 7am–3pm
North Lawndale Community Market (NEW LOCATION)
3419 W. Ogden Ave. (Chicago Police station parking lot)
August 14–October 9; 2:30–5:30pm
La Follette Park Community Market
1333 N. Laramie Ave.
July 11–September 12; 2–7pm
Pullman Market
11100 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
July 11–October 31; 7am–1pm
Roseland Community Market
200 W. 109th St.
August 29–October 24; 2:30–5:30pm
Daley Plaza Market
50 W. Washington St.
May 10 – October 25; 7am–3pm
Austin Community Market
5900 W. Chicago Ave.
July 12–September 13; 2–7pm
Division Street Market
Division St. & Dearborn Pkwy.
May 12–October 27; 7am–1pm
Englewood/Anchor House Market
1200 W. 76th St.
July 7–September 15; 10am–2pm
Lincoln Park Market
700 W. Armitage Ave.
June 2–October 27; 7am–1pm
Does not accept Link
Printers Row Market
700 S. Dearborn St.
June 16–October 27; 7am–1pm
Does not accept Link

Silver Eye Center for Photography >> 2018 Benefit Preview Party & Live Auction

Silver Eye Center for Photography

Silver Eye 2018 Auction Preview Party

Saturday, April 28th, 2018, 7:30pm
Silver Eye Center for Photography
4808 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15224
Robert Chase Heishman, Untitled, Archival inkjet print, 2018, 20" x 30"
Purchase Auction Preview Party Tickets
The Silver Eye Auction Preview Party is fast approachingbuy your tickets today!

The Auction Preview Exhibition gives Auction-goers and the public alike a chance to see the lots that will be up for bid at our Benefit Auction. Auction Preview Party tickets are $25.00 and include wine, beer, soft drinks, and hors d'oeuvres by 
Black Radish Kitchen.

You can see all the works for sale in the 
Silver Eye Auction online now, and place absentee bids!
Duane Michals, Eight Views of the Golden Triangle in the Manner of Hokusai, Silver gelatin prints, 1982, 8 separate 8" x 10" prints
Purchase Live Auction Tickets
The 2018 Benefit Auction features a full spectrum of work by contemporary artists, ranging from prominent mid-career and established photographers, to emerging photographic talent. Our contemporary selections are complemented by excellent examples of vintage and historical photographs. The event begins at 11:00am with coffee, mimosas, and brunch buffet by Black Radish Kitchen. The live Auction will begin at 12:00am, with Concept Art Gallery's Alison Brand Oehler as auctioneer.
Clarissa BonetClick, Archival inkjet print, 2015, 20" x 16"
See the Lots for Sale
The 2018 Silver Eye Benefit Auction is made possible in part by our generous sponors
Images, from left to right: Lori Hepner, Between the Sea and the Sky #2820: Korpo, Finland, Digital C Print, Face Mounted to Acrylic, Rear Mounted to Dibond, 2015/2018, Gregory Halpern, Untitled, Archival Inkjet Print, 2015, Lauren Semivan, Untitled (February 17), Cyanotype, 2018
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