Chicago-based duo combined poetry and singing with audience testimonials.
The new Cultural Center exhibit shows how much design innovation came from black artists in Chicago.
The Reader‘s graphic designer and former director of photography and two sign painters explain how they created and photographed a mural in just 12 days.
In his solo show, the New York-based polymath artist uses installation, video, music, and collage to remix the archival holdings of the Stony Island Arts Bank.
Feast your eyes at these spaces outside the downtown area.
Despite Trump’s promise to wipe out Barack Obama’s legislative victories, images of the former president in Chicago won’t be easily erased.
Photos from #ObamaFarewell at McCormick Place Tuesday night
The best photos that ran in the Reader in 2016.
Voters in Pilsen and Little Village cast ballots in an election marked by hateful rhetoric about immigrants.
A sample of the best outfits at Expo
A sampling of Pitchfork’s gustatory offerings.
Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper dropped by the first day of the Taste of Chicago, joining Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment before the headlining set by the Roots.
Freelance photographer Becky Frass captured the joyous mood at Phish’s first-ever Wrigley Field concerts.
ESPN’s O.J.: Made In America is about so much more than just O.J. Simpson.
Photos of the Guerrilla Truck Show at Merchandise Mart during the annual NeoCon commercial design show.