What to see and do at the 2021 Chicago Architecture Biennial

The Chicago Architecture Biennial opens to the public next Friday, September 17, and, unlike past iterations of the international exhibition that were predominantly centralized around a single indoor venue (the Chicago Cultural Center), the forthcoming fourth edition, The Available City, is notably untethered.

The “site” of the 2021 Chicago Architecture Biennial is, true to its name, the city itself with its headlining installations—murals, pavilions, play structures, and community gathering spaces aplenty—taking root in eight different South and West Side neighborhoods. Extricating itself from the confines of the Loop, The Available City extends out and away from the historic erstwhile Biennial hub and into these often overlooked, lesser-explored neighborhoods that

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