Renaissance Society
Chicago, Illinois

To support the publication Centennial: A History of the Renaissance Society, 1915–2015. With essays ranging from the  Renaissance Society’s support of African American artists in the 1930s and 1940s to its role as a facilitator of scholarship, the publication links this important Chicago cultural institution to broader developments in visual art and culture in Chicago, and in turn, the American and international artistic landscape of the twentieth century.

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