Kerry James Marshall, the Hairy Who, and more at Expo Chicago 2018, this weekend only, at Navy Pier.
On the eve of the collective’s Art Institute retrospective, Suellen Rocca tells all. (Well, some.)
In Monograph, the artist looks back on his life in comics.
The seminal Chicago Imagist artist talks about his encounters with Howlin’ Wolf, Maxwell Street memories, and what inspires him to keep drawing and painting.
The short by Suzanne Simpson offers a rare glimpse into the artist’s early creative process.
Shane Campbell Gallery revives the Art Institute’s defunct survey of the Chicago art community, but there’s a bigger story to tell.
Next year marks the 50th anniversary of the Hairy Who’s first exhibition at the Hyde Park Art Center. As a precursor to the semicentennial celebration, three members of the group—Art Green, Gladys Nilsson, and Karl Wirsum—will converse with international curator and codirector of London’s Serpentine Galleries Hans Ulrich Obrist about the collective’s history and influence […]
The Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists revisits the local artists who freaked out the world.