Art writer Leah Gallant tells us about her hangout with comedian Jayson Acevedo.
Whoever says people don’t have much style in Chicago has no idea what they’re talking about. I’ve been photographing street style here for over ten years and I know better. When Chicagoans decide to bring it, they bring it with gusto, authenticity, and a very midwestern ease. That’s the kind of style that could be […]
It may be a little damp and dreary outside, but there are loads of ways to warm up with some cultural events this week. FRI 4/8 At 5:30 PM tonight, catch a free performance by Xochitl-Quetzal, the dance troupe founded by Henry Cervantes that’s keeping the Concheros dance tradition alive. As the event host—the International […]
What’s fair about art fairs? That’s the question at the heart of Barely Fair, a show organized by Garfield Park gallery Julius Caesar that’s designed to run in tandem with the international art fair EXPO Chicago. Founded in 2019, this is the second iteration of the Barely Fair, which quietly marks EXPO’s return to in-person […]
This fall has plenty to offer from spaces big (Navy Pier) and small (Pilsen’s Baby Blue Gallery).
With a mast composed of paintings created by children all over the world, this ship is a vessel aimed toward a more peaceful future.
Kerry James Marshall, the Hairy Who, and more at Expo Chicago 2018, this weekend only, at Navy Pier.
Do immigrants really find a better life in the U.S., or is it just a fantasia of prosperity full of barely concealed threats?
Frank Lloyd Wright building tours and more happenings September 15-17
The show at the Roundhouse was a grand debut for the annual art fair.
The current edition of the festival poses two possible directions its organizers can take.
The annual art fair is deliberately overlapping with the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
A few highlights that stood out from the madness.
“Underwater Vines,” Throwing Shade, and more happenings from September 19-22
Expo Chicago, “Tattoo” at the Field Museum, and more