The dismal depiction of Japan’s “missing million” features more than 70 paintings and drawings.
Garage rocker Mac Blackout hangs his cosmic caricatures at Ampersand’s first art show, raunchy rapper Cupcakke hits an all-building party at Metro and Smart Bar, and more.
Ty Segall hangs his first art show in Chicago, hip-hop showcase All Smiles puts together a top-shelf March lineup, and more.
For a quarter century, Jerri Zbiral and Alan Teller have been trying to figure out the identity of the photographer behind images from 1940s India.
Keith Sadler’s Uptown one-bedroom holds a gallery’s worth of outsider art and other oddities.
Jenny Kendler, first-ever artist in residence for the Natural Resources Defense Council, makes complex work about the weird relationship between humans and the natural world.
This week’s Chicagoan, Margie Lawrence: “Ted Williams was a handsome man; that’s why he pops up in my art a lot.”
The Green Mill has more stories than any tavern in town. Here are a few from the past three decades.
Diasporal Rhythms, a group of Chicagoans who collect work by artists of African descent, celebrates ten years.
The South Side Community Art Center’s “Maleness to Manhood” offers an arts expo grounded in a Chicago reality.
In the Art Institute’s “Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity,” painter James Tissot’s muse stands in sharp focus.
The Sifu Design Studio will exhibit paintings and jewelry by founders of a new collective
Painter Kerry James Marshall rediscovers the civil rights era in the living rooms of the black middle class.
Thirteen-year-old Leo Ionita is an art-world phenom. His father Adrian helps to handle his affairs. Together they could make a lot of money.