“Strandbeest: The Dream Machines of Theo Jansen” is a historic retrospective of the Dutch artist.
In The Insane Chicago Way, criminologist John Hagedorn discovers an intricate tale of violence, mafia influence, and police corruption.
A series of large-scale abstracts bring the past vividly to life.
At the Chicago Cultural Center, hub of the city’s first architecture biennial, not all structures exist to solve practical problems.
The SAIC alum discusses balloon dogs, art forgery, and exploring Chicago’s low life with Ed Paschke
When Jeff Koons was 17 years old, he mustered up all his courage and telephoned Salvador Dali to ask if the two could meet. His mother had read in the newspaper that each winter the eccentric surrealist took up residence in an opulent suite at the Saint Regis Hotel in New York, where he’d walk […]
Under a canopy of trees in Portugal’s Quinta Da Conceiçao Park, Belgian architects Jan De Vylder, Inge Vinck, and Jo Taillieu spent hours entranced by youngsters hitting tennis balls against the bright coral walls of Fernando Távora’s modernist pavilion. Arrested by how the simple game transformed the strict horizontal planes of pink concrete, they contemplated […]
An art exhibit offers a glimpse into the minds of those facing the ultimate punishment.
The artist searches for liberation through photos, collages, Chatroulette transcripts, and cat videos.
In 1986, the photographer set out to capture a largely undocumented subculture.
The Art Institute-backed campaign brought American masterpieces to billboards across the country this summer. But did anyone really see Art Everywhere US?