May 08, 2016

Chicago Patron Weekend

Patron Event

Chicago Patron Weekend

Sunday, May 8

12:00 am

Join or renew as a Patron Member today to receive your invitation for this trip and other exclusive events throughout the year.

Aperture Foundation’s Chicago Patron Weekend itinerary includes highlights such as curator-led exhibition tours of Mana Contemporary, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as special visits to see the private collections of John Hass and Mary Frances Budig, and Richard and Ellen Sandor, as well as to the studios of Aimée Beaubien, Laura Letinsky, Jan Tichy, and Beate Geissler and Oliver Sann.

Our trip to Chicago is offered to Aperture Trustees or Members at the Patron Circle ($1,000) level or above, with a supplemental registration fee* of $2,285 for individuals, or $3,250 for couples requiring a double occupancy room.

Registration fee* includes: hotel accommodation for three nights (check-in: May 5; check-out: May 8) in a Classic King room at the Langham, the luxurious skyscraper hotel; two full days (Friday, May 6, and Saturday May 7) of private tours and studio and collection visits, including transportation by bus to and from each activity (each day will start at the Langham); Langham Club privileges, such as breakfast buffet, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails, as well as butler service, choice of daily international newspaper, valet assistance, and access to special reading library with books and magazines; and breakfast every day, two lunches, one dinner (Friday, May 6), and two cocktail parties.

*Registration fee does not include airfare or car transfers to and from airport.

For more information or to request the trip itinerary, please contact [email protected] or 212.946.7103. Space is limited.

Image: Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #12, 1978. Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures, New York

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