Nigerian-born, London-based fashion designer Duro Olowu curates one of the MCA’s largest shows ever filled with local treasures.
The Smart Museum exhibit and companion book provide a valuable historical record of Chicago art between 1960 and 1980.
The Terra Foundation for American Art kicks off the hugely ambitious, yearlong celebration of the city’s visual movements, from AfriCOBRA to the Hairy Who? and beyond.
The Wall of Respect is gone, but its impact shouldn’t be forgotten.
The charming Kenwood art studio of Candace Hunter and Arthur Wright has a rich history.
MCA curator Naomi Beckwith discusses a new exhibit called “The Freedom Principle” that connects the legacy of the Black Arts Movement to current cultural and political battles.
Diasporal Rhythms, a group of Chicagoans who collect work by artists of African descent, celebrates ten years.
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With Medium Cool, Haskell Wexler had more on his mind than just the Democratic Convention.
Chicago painter Calvin Jones stored work at the South Side Community Arts Center for a decade. Now that he’s getting a memorial show there, they can’t show any of it.