The artist’s new solo exhibition explores the impact and imperfections of the South Side Community Art Center.
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Visual arts and architecture highlights break us out of our screen life.
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The Hyde Park Art Center is bringing back the spaces we’ve all missed.
In its fifth year, Surviving the Mic continues to provide a place for survivors of sexual harm to tell their stories in their own words.
With a mast composed of paintings created by children all over the world, this ship is a vessel aimed toward a more peaceful future.
On the eve of the collective’s Art Institute retrospective, Suellen Rocca tells all. (Well, some.)
“Windows, Doors, and Mirrors” explores unseen labor hiding in plain view.
The Wound and other goings-on February 19-22
A review of two concurrent, improbably similar solo shows of artists working in different time periods and locations
See some of the best-dressed folks who supported HPAC’s yearly fund-raiser.
Chicago Architecture Biennial Aside from the main exhibition taking place at the Cultural Center, this year’s biennial boasts a number of smaller satellite shows, including new “anchor sites” in various neighborhoods; “Past Forward: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute,” an installation devoted to the museum’s collection; and many related productions at smaller galleries. Read […]
The current edition of the festival poses two possible directions its organizers can take.
But organizers also hope to broaden audiences’ perspective on the city.