The dismal depiction of Japan’s “missing million” features more than 70 paintings and drawings.
The Oslo-based multimedia artist’s installation uses sound to speak volumes about Chicago’s social and political history.
Artist Adela Goldbard draws from Mexican traditions to address issues in the neighborhood today.
The show’s real power lies in how it acknowledges the complicated intergenerational conversations between queer artists of color.
A career retrospective at the National Museum of Mexican Art shows an artist dealing with the complexities of her identity.
Neither art nor architecture, this ball pit is completely Instagram ready.
The new Cultural Center exhibit shows how much design innovation came from black artists in Chicago.
The Smart Museum exhibit and companion book provide a valuable historical record of Chicago art between 1960 and 1980.
The result is an experiment in looking at the world through someone else’s eyes.
In the new issue of Curse Words, expect more deadpan humor and boisterous excess.
“Do Not Resist?” spreads its message throughout the city
At the Block Museum, mummies look as alive as you or I.
The Milwaukee-based artist’s show “Reverse Acrylic Paintings” is showing at the Jean Albano Gallery.
“Outsider” artist Eddie Owens Martin’s seven-acre utopia in Georgia must be seen to be solved.
“I’m a Cliche” at Prairie Gallery uses yeast and fermentation to explore issues of identity.