The Renaissance Society presents Danh Vo. Uterus

The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago presents Danh Vo. Uterus an exhibition on view September 23–December 16, 2012.

Danh Vo, “For Susanne,” 2012. Cardboard, gold, flowers

Over the past five years, Vo has emerged as one of the most significant voices of his generation, garnering international acclaim for a body of work in which the artists biography and history are interchangeable.

The Renaissance Society will present new and previously exhibited work by Vo, in addition to collaborating with the Art Institute of Chicago to bring Voʼs ongoing project We The People to Chicago and the University of Chicago campus in Hyde Park. Fragments will be installed at the Oriental Institute, the Booth School of Business and University of Chicago Law School.

About The Renaissance Society
The Renaissance Society is one of the premier contemporary art  institutions in the United States. Many of its exhibitions are national debuts, and many have included newly commissioned work. The museum offers educational programs that supplement the exhibition schedule, including concerts, lectures and readings.

The Renaissance Society is located on the campus of the University of Chicago, in Cobb Hall, on the fourth floor.  It is open Tuesday to Friday 10am to 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm.  Admission is free. Visit to learn more about the exhibitions and events.

The Renaissance Society
5811 South Ellis Avenue
Chicago IL 60637

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