Change the way you museum.
From attic vases to avant-garde art, this exhibition traces classicism's meanings across the centuries.
A Midwestern destination for modern image creation.
Companion to the touring exhibition Art AIDS America.
The CCC welcomes you to, “Come for the beauty, stay for the events.” Right. Effing. On.
Contemporary artists take on the saints.
Collecting contemporary art before it was cool.
Enjoy incredible public programming offerings.
Photography in Japan between Protest and Performance from 1960–1975.
For his first installation in Chicago, sculptor Richard Nonas uses materials usually reserved for demarcating space in a large-scale composition that alters and expands our sense of place.
$35 - $40
Sip unlimited wine and beer in the museum with a private tour of the new exhibition.
UMBRA is an exhibition consisting of photography and multimedia works by acclaimed fashion photographer Viviane Sassen (Dutch, b. 1972).
Celebrate the work by those artists who go otherwise uncelebrated.
Northwestern University isn’t just focused on science.
Visit TripAdvisor’s 2015 #1 Museum in the World, boasting one of the most impressive European painting collections in the U.S.
Check out contemporary and historical art just steps from public transit in this small but mighty university museum.
Take a trip to Chinatown for a visit to this excellent cultural center with a resilient history.
Hogwarts on the outside, magic on the inside.
The three recent acquisitions on view represent the last decade of the artist’s work in video.
Sculptor Chris Bradley (American, b. 1982) is interested in the real, everyday things around us that become so commonplace we stop noticing them.
In 1981, a few Vietnam War Veterans came together to build an art community. 35 years later, experience their collective work at this historic museum.
See the artwork and artists featured in ART21’s 8th season.
A major retrospective exhibition organized by the Walker Art Center that is appearing simultaneously at the Walker and the MCA.
See forty-four offbeat works from Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Jeff Koons, representing the largest donation in the museum’s 136-year history.