Jerry Saltz: The Art World Problem – Get Inspired

“The art world is an all-volunteer army, and we all come here naked.” Or so says Jerry Saltz, who has made a life—and won a Pulitzer—as an art critic. Saltz, a Chicago native known for his irreverent humor and sweeping, iconoclastic perspective on what the art world can and cannot be, do, and provide, joins us to offer a public intervention about key issues in contemporary visual art, and the increasingly visual—though perhaps not artistic—nature of our world. This program is presented in partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago. This program is funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art and The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation.

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