Directors Sharon Johnston, FAIA, and Mark Lee of Los Angeles–based Johnston Marklee have selected more than 100 firms and artists to participate in the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. The second iteration of the Biennial—"Make New History"— will focus on how architects "align their work with versions of history," according to a statement.

From September 16, 2017 through January 7, 2018, participants representing more than 20 countries will showcase their own take on the future of architecture at the Chicago Cultural Center. “Through presenting a variety of work, we aim to give visitors of all in-depth look at architecture as we know it today, and the chance to be inspired by how architecture is making new history in cities around the world,” said Todd Palmer, executive director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial in a press release.

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