Lan Tuazon: Future Fossils
@ Julius Caesar
3311 W. Carroll Ave. Chicago, IL 60624
Opening Friday, September 23rd, from 7 PM - 11 PM
On view through Sunday, October 16th
Julius Caesar is pleased to present Lan Tuazon’s Future Fossils. An exhibition on the order of things presents new work for the final part of a trilogy on architecture, artifacts and now the Anthropocene. The exhibition runs September 23rd through October 16th, and the opening is Friday, September 23rd from 7-11.
Lan Tuazon b. Philippines, 1976.
Lives and works in Chicago. She has exhibited internationally at the Neue Galerie in the Imperial Palace of Austria, Bucharest Biennale 4, the WKV Kunstverein in Germany, The Lowry Museum in London, and in New York at the Brooklym Museum, Artist Space, ISE Cultural Foundation, Canada Gallery, Sculpture Center, Apex Art, and the Storefront for Art & Architecture. Lan Tuazon is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at the School of Art Institute in Chicago. Lan Tuazon is Lan Tuazon 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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