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The Seductiveness of the Interval

May 02 – June 27, 2010



The Seductiveness of the Interval is co-organized with the Romanian Cultural Institute.

Additional exhibition support has been received from The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Trust for Mutual Understanding, Helen Zell, Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation, Richard and Mary L. Gray, Dean Valentine and Amy Adelson, Jeff Aeder and Jennifer Levine, and Barbara and Aaron Levine.

The Renaissance Society receives generous funding from Alphawood Foundation; the CityArts Program of The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, a municipal agency; Christie?s; The Danielson Foundation; The John R. Halligan Charitable Fund; the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; The Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts; The MacArthur Fund for Arts and Culture at Prince; Nuveen Investments; the Provost?s Discretionary Fund at The University of Chicago; Pritzker Foundation; The Siragusa Foundation; The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; and our membership.

The Renaissance Society would like to thank Chuck Thurow and Elizabeth Postell for their generous assistance in producing EXUBERANTIA suspended, and Mirek Construction Inc. for fabricating the pavilion.

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