Crain’s Chicago Business, taking note of the disappearance of Communication X9, a tall, multicolored sentinel of a sculpture that stood in front of the building at 150 N. Michigan that houses its office, reports that the family of the artist, Yaacov Agam, a 90-year-old Israeli living in Paris, is upset about it. Building management told […]
Seventeen spots where you could escape the Great Garbage Fire of 2017.
A review of two concurrent, improbably similar solo shows of artists working in different time periods and locations
Challenged to create a dish with Rose Pork Brains in Milk Gravy, Bill Walker of the Kennison deals with their “strange” texture by dredging and deep-frying them.
The new Boka group restaurant in the Hotel Lincoln makes an art of seasonal cooking.
What happens when your treasure is too precious to neglect, but not valued enough to attract the support needed to maintain it?
Thirty years ago Bill Walker helped start an art revolution. Why are some people trying to paint him out of the picture?