The Museum of Contemporary Arts celebrates its origins with new retrospective exhibit.
First Fridays offer museum goers an after dark perspective.
In a Saturnian World is a frantic exploration of the limits of Van Kerckhoven’s work, purposefully repetitive and overwhelming.
Art Institute exhibit shows light’s ability to trick the eye
O’Brien’s 100 piece exhibit at the Renaissance Society utilizes ceramic, metal, wood, and even glitter.
The Construction of a National Identity, depicts the paella recipe through a carefully thought-out, abstracted assemblage of mixed media and ready-made objects.
Chicago photographer captures the fading essence of a bustling post-war culture’s descent into gentrification.
The photographs of Vivian Maier, an untrained and unknown photographer, rival those of famed masters.
Ground Floor is a wonderful exhibition of artists from various Master of Fine Arts programs around Chicago.
Interactive and engaging, Warren’s abstracted pieces are an argument concerning the definitions and limitations of sculpture.