Gary Simmons: Public Enemy @ the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

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Gary Simmons might best be known for his ability to conjure. Since the late 1980s, Simmons’ conceptual works have investigated race, class, and gender identity, pulling the sheets off of ghosts for everyone to see. At the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, 70 pieces from his oeuvre explore thirty years of the artist’s boundary pushing career.

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