If art fairs like EXPO and Frieze are about making a splash with Instagrammable booths and recouping onerous exhibition fees, what are smaller-scale alternative ones for? MdW, an alternative art […]
What do Cesar Chavez, Ayn Rand, and Harold Washington have in common? They are among the 69 people featured in Adam Brooks’s public art project Freedom Wall, which has been […]
Art writer Leah Gallant tells us about her hangout with comedian Jayson Acevedo.
While living alone in the woods of northern California at the start of 2020, Lilli Carré started learning chess. Like many folks deep into the pandemic, she took up a […]
Azadeh Gholizadeh & Elnaz Javani on their two-person exhibition “Phonetic Fragments” at Roots & Culture Gallery: March 11th – April 9th, 2022
Interviewees: Alma Weiser, director of Heaven Gallery; Janet Dees, Steven and Lisa Munster Tananbaum curator of modern and contemporary art at the Block Museum of Art; Asha Iman Veal, associate […]
Bugs Bunny has a luscious ass. We’ve all seen it—the way he goes from a stretch of fur to curvaceous provocateur with just a few outfit and attitude swaps. It’s […]
Artist Adela Goldbard draws from Mexican traditions to address issues in the neighborhood today.
The United States of Women’s Galvanize Chicago, The Chiraq Wall closes, and other happenings from July 14-16
Also, Chance the Rapper joins the DuSable Museum’s board of trustees.
The 27-year-old art fair is one of the nation’s oldest and most distinguished.
From minimalist photography to ancient professional artifacts, your guide to visual arts events in the area this weekend
How will Expo Chicago fit into Chicago’s larger cultural scene?
Free open house at the Urban Art Retreat.
General admission to the Art Institute is free in February.