Artist Talk at LUMA’s “Community Uprooted: Eminent Domain in the U.S.”
Join Chicago photographer Richard Wasserman at Loyola University Museum of Art for a look at his “Community Uprooted” exhibition, which explores the impact of eminent domain on the lives of Americans across the U.S.
Eminent domain is the constitutional power of government to take private property for the greater good of society—a process that can be used responsibly, but also a power that can be misused or corrupted.
Note: the talk will take place in the Simpson Lecture Hall on the third floor. Guests may check in at the second floor admissions desk.
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