ZACHARY  CAHILL
May 20th, 6:30pm, ICA London, cinema 1
Useful and/or Useless: Artists, what is your value?
https://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/useful-a
NADA Cologne
Performance: Five Drills by artists Brad Killam and Zach Cahill
Tuesday, April 17 at 6pm

NADA is pleased to announce Five Drills, a performance work organized by Chicago based artists Brad Killam and Zach Cahill in collaboration with two competitive wrestlers from North Rhine region. The wrestlers, dressed in competition uniform, will complete a series of five wrestling drills such as pummeling and hand fighting. The performance will last 50 minutes.

http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/nada-cologne/

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USSA 2012: The People's Palace's Gift Shop
Solo exhibition
June 2012
Chicago Cultural Center

details shortly
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Our Literal Speed
April 19
Princeton University
4:30pm
010 East Pyne

http://www.princeton.edu/ihum/events/our-literal-speed/

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USSA 2012: The Orphanage Project
The Orphanage Project

Antioch College
The Herndon Gallery
One Morgan Place
Yellow Springs, OH. 45387
Opening Reception: March 2, 2012 6–9pm – Artist talk at 6:30pm
Exhibition runs from March 2–May 18, 2012
Gallery hours are 1­–4pm, Tuesdays through Saturday.

antiochcollege.org
curated by Sara Black

http://www.artandeducation.net/announcement/the-orphanage-project/

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USSA 2012: The Orphanage Project
threewalls Solo Exhibition
Three Walls
September 9 - October 15th
119 Peoria #2c
Chicago, IL

Opening Reception: Friday, September, 9th, 6-9pm

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NADA Fair, Invisible Exports, curated by Philip von Zweck, Hudson, NY
July 30 - 31, 2011
Animality: 2011 OPC Seminar Exhibition
Marius Aleksa, Theresa Ganz, Sara Garth, David Giordano, Jacqueline Hendrickson, Samantha Jones, Stacee Kalmanovsky, Melanie Kassel, Hannah Leskosky, Jessie Mott, Jasmine Neal, Elle Opitz, Hannah Pae, Valentina Solano, Cassandra Troyan, Jan Verwoert, Erik Wenzel, & May Yeung.

DOVA Temporary
5228 South HArper Ave.
Chicago, IL
June 29th – July 23rd

Reception, open to the public: Friday, July 15th 5:00- 7:30 pm

Curated by Zachary Cahill
Signs on the Road
Winkleman Curatorial Research Lab
621 W 27th Street, New York, New York
Organized by: Workroom G; Curated by: Gogue Projects (week 1), Camel Collective (week 2), Cathouse FUNeral (week 3)
March 25 - April 30, 2011
Opens Friday, March 25, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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Art Slant Review
Total Recall
by Robyn Farrell Roulo
Instruments of Resurrection
Roots & Culture
1034 N. Milwaukee , Chicago, IL 60622
February 19, 2011 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

http://www.artslant.com/chi/articles/picklist

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Roots and Culture Contemporary Art Center
February 19th- March 19th, 2011:

Instruments of Resurrection featuring Zach Cahill, Theaster Gates, Matthew Paul Jinks, Aspen Mays, and Cauleen Smith. Curated by Elizabeth Chodos.

1034 N MILWAUKEE , CHICAGO, IL 60622
http://www.rootsandculturecac.org/index.htm

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Second World Conference of Free Artists
Part of the exhibition Modifications curated by Karin Hindsbo at the Aarhus Kunstbygning

November 20, 2010.

Gareth James, Jakob Jakobsen, Mary Walling Blackburn, Johannes Raether, Mónica Castillo, Douglas Ross, 16 Beaver, Carlos Motta, Red76, Asger Jorn, Michael Ashkin, Gil Wolman, Sarina Basta, Ernesto Pujol, Zachary Cahill, Eva Egermann and Elke Krasny, Eva Díaz, Mariana Botey, Sande Cohen, and others.

http://congress.camelcollective.org

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A Unicorn Basking in the Light of Three Glowing Suns

AIDS 3D | Genesis Breyer P-Orridge/TOPI/TOPY | Zachary Cahill | Gary Cannone and Charles Irvin | Castillo/Corrales | Chances Dances | deluxe projects | Dexter Sinister | Renée Green | Shane Huffman | Matthew Metzger | Rebecca Morris | My Barbarian | Orson Panetti | Jon Rafman | Steve Ruiz | John Russell


The DeVos Art Museum at Northern Michigan University

October 8 - November 14 


Curated by Anthony Elms and Philip von Zweck   

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THEMATIC ARTIST RESIDENCY: THE WANDERER
THE BANFF CENTRE

September 14th - October 30th 2009

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Poor Farm Open House Weekend: August 7, 8, 9
The Great Poor Farm Experiment with:

David Robbins (Milwaukee)
Shane Aslan Selzer (Brooklyn)
Milwaukee International (Milwaukee)
Olivier Mosset (NYC / Santa Fe)
Philip Vanderhyden (NYC)
Zach Buchner (Chicago)
Stephen Berens (Los Angeles)
Zachary Cahill (Chicago)
Amy Park (NYC)
Cindy Loehr (NYC)
Cip Contreras (Nashville)
Stephanie Barber (Baltimore)
Matthew Girson (Chicago)
Aaron Van Dyke (St. Paul)
Shane Huffman (Chicago)
Jacob Goudreault (Chicago)
Robert Snowden (Los Angeles)
Mark Klassen (Beloit) and Andrea Zittel (Los Angeles)
Paul Druecke (Milwaukee)
Pedro Velez (Chicago)
Yogi Proctor (Chicago)
Heather Mekkelson (Chicago)
Sabina Ott (Chicago)
Forrest Nash (Chicago)
Nick Lucking (Japan) and Tim Ivison (Los Angeles)
Nicholas Frank (Milwaukee)

Waupaca County Poor Farm
County BB

[http://www.thesuburban.org/future.html]

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Our Literal Speed
Our Literal Speed
May 1 - July 4, 2009
Opening reception: Friday, May 1, 8-11pm

Academy Records | Gregg Bordowitz | TJ Clark | Collective Actions | Rainer Ganahl | Sharon Hayes | Jackson Pollock Bar | Hila Peleg | Project for a New American Century | Size Queens | Hamza Walker

Gallery 400
Art & Design Hall
400 South Peoria Street (at Van Buren)
Chicago, IL 60607

http://artforum.com/picks/section=us#picks23064


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2008 Election Show
Opens Election Night, November 4th
at 5 pm
University Galleries
Illinois State University

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CHICAGO ART OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION
Wednesday, October 15th from 6 - 8pm for
an open discussion entitled, *Post-Academe: Faculty and
Students Discuss Practicing Art After the Degree*.
Merchandise Mart, 8th Floor
Sponsored by the Chicago Artists' Coalition as a program of
the Chicago Art Open, the panel will feature Joan Giroux,
BettyAnn Mocek, Zach Cahill, Virginia Broersma, and Shawn
Stuckey.

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The Best Laid Plans solo exhibition at DOVA Temporary. 5228 S. Harper Ave.
Chicago,IL. July 25th -August 9th. Opening Friday July 25th 6:00 - 9:00PM.

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Monument to the Unseen War Dead
Memorial Day performance with Meredith Haggerty in Grant Park, Chicago Il. May 26

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The Project for the New American Century is currently participating in the group exhibition OUR LITERAL SPEED/ DER PERFORMATIVE DISKURS that runs from February 29th until May 25th at the ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany.

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Univeristy of Chicago/ New Media Workshop Presentation
MAY 2: presenting on "In-existent Art" and recent video work.
Friday at 10:30am, Cochrane-Woods Arts Center 156.

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