Jul 8th 2016

In 1935, the architect Le Corbusier arrived in Chicago to give two highly-anticipated lectures at The Arts Club and the Renaissance Society. To celebrate this moment, The Arts Club revisits its third location – the Wrigley Building – to restage Le Corbusier’s talk on the modern city, presented in French and English.

Join us between the two towers of the Wrigley Building for a lecture and guided tour of the past of The Arts Club of Chicago. This event is free and open to the public.

Bill MacKay as Robert Jacobs
Aurelien Pederzoli as Le Corbusier
Paul Durica as resident historian

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