Wind ’em up and watch ’em make magic.
A life lived in art—literally
These chemigrams mimic the chromosomal mutations he inherited from his parents.
“Windows, Doors, and Mirrors” explores unseen labor hiding in plain view.
The result is an experiment in looking at the world through someone else’s eyes.
The movement—really more a wide-ranging cultural and aesthetic philosophy—has roots deep in the 19th century.
Omar Kamran and Justin Clemons hope to grow something beautiful and lasting in their neighborhood.
Stephen M. Mullins has assembled nearly 8,300 vessels from more than 60 years of collecting.
The nonprofit’s latest exhibit “River Assembly” sits atop a barge that will journey up the Chicago River.
“The Dangerous Professors” marries art and education in response to online attacks on higher-ed teachers.
Richard Gray Gallery opens a new West Town space with new work by the famous artist.
He appears tonight at the Stony Island Arts Bank.
“Broken Journey” is a new exhibit of Art Fox’s snapshots of flying animals indirectly felled by Chicago’s citizens.
Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outside Art highlights the self-portraits the street artist took at bus stations throughout the city.
Shane Campbell Gallery revives the Art Institute’s defunct survey of the Chicago art community, but there’s a bigger story to tell.