“No Longer Art,” the Salvage Art Institute When art conservation first entered the jurisdiction of insurance companies, “totaled” works were routinely destroyed. Adjusters haven’t grown less depraved of heart, but at least today they consign wrecked art to storage facilities, usually for 30 years, until a condition known as “acceptable degradation” is reached and the […]
Jonathan Meye’s unsettling work is weakened by a pileup of metaphors.
The Chicago Dance Festival returns, drawing its usual maximum-capacity crowds.
The experimental dance project Produce mixes and matches its performing artists.
RE|Dance’s The Long and Forgotten Winter charts a journey that never gets off the ground.
Chicago Moving Company presents two nights’ worth of remarkable young choreographers.
“Silk and Steel,” a collaboration between Aerial Dance Chicago and Elements Contemporary Ballet, is up and down in a good way.
Columbia College inaugurates its new Afro-Latino dance program with four days of cross-pollinated performances.
Annie Arnoult Beserra’s work resurrects a Weimar-era performer who embodied Dada’s anarchic gravitas.
Like the best sushi, the choreography is prepared directly in front of you.
Back for its second year, the Kaleidoscope Choreographers Festival showcases jazz, tap, hip-hop, and contemporary dance.
For Levels and Lines, Kristina Isabelle puts her dancers on stilts.
In “Laws of Motion,” the Seldoms and Ayako Kato explore science through dance.
Bird Lady gives us another portrait of Vivian Maier, this one in dance form.
Lucky Plush’s absurdist comedy The Queue has some fun while poised over the abyss.