September 14 – November 02, 2003
This exhibition by Mark Manders is organized by The Art Institute of Chicago and The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, with funding from The Mondriaan Foundation, HGIS-Culture of the Dutch Ministries for Foreign Affairs, Culture, and Science; The Netherland-America Foundation, Chicago Tribune, and The Consulate General of The Netherlands, Chicago and New York.
LaSalle Bank is the sponsor of Mark Manders at The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. Ongoing support for programs is provided by Alphawood Foundation; Bank One Foundation; Chicago Community Trust; the CityArts Program of The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, a municipal agency; Christie?s; Front Barnett Associates; the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; The LLWW Foundation; The Peter Norton Family Foundation; the Provost?s Discretionary Fund at The University of Chicago; Philip Morris U.S.A.; The Pritzker Foundation; The Siragusa Foundation; the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and our membership. Indirect support has been received from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency offering general operating support to the nation?s museums and libraries.
This exhibition, which inaugurates The Society?s 88th season and its 24th in the Bergman Gallery, is dedicated to the memory of Edwin Bergman. Through his commitment to new and provocative art, Ed championed all The Society stands for. We remain grateful for his outstanding example, friendship, service and support.
Ongoing support for focus at the Art Institute of Chicago is provided by the Nancy Lauter McDougal and Alfred McDougal Fund for Contemporary Art.
American Airlines is the official airline of The Renaissance Society?s 2003-2004 season.