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Faheem Majeed on Chicago's Artistic Legacies

Highlighting the work of Faheem Majeed, who uses the city's spaces and historical antecedents to inform his practice. Produced by Spirit of Space, in collaboration with Art Design Chicago.  

November 19, 2018

The Black Metropolis of Art 

Hosted by Faheem Majeed, subjects include: painter Archibald Motley, Jr.; sculptor Marion Perkins; The Wall of Respect, a 1967 mural created by the Organization of Black American Culture featuring Ernest Dawkins and his band; women in the Black Mural Movement; and ceramicist Marva Lee Pitchford-Jolly of the women’s artist collective Sapphire & Crystals; and painter Kerry James Marshall. View Full Episode

October 12, 2018


Harris Bank Chicago Works Presents: Faheem Majeed. Museum of Contemporary Art 

For his first solo museum exhibition, he questions how space becomes place, and, further, how places can foster a sense of home and belonging. The MCA—a public institution and, by extension, a type of public space—becomes the armature for the artist’s investigation.

March 10 - August 16, 2015


WTTW Chicago Tonight 

Creative Impulse (works by Robert Johnson and E. Nix) at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art feature on Chicago Tonight. Interview with the show's curator, Faheem Majeed, occurs at 51:34 minute mark.

April 1, 2019

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