Immersive and vast, the exhibition showcases the breadth and depth of the city’s rich comics history.
The years-long tradition of staking out a parking spot hard earned by shoveling snow has spurred street installations utilizing tables, religious statues, and even frozen pants.
The “Recreate Responsibly” campaign draws inspiration from classic 1930s park promotions.
Duro Olowu has curated a dazzling show of Chicago art that is as varied and colorful as the patterns in his clothing.
Despite the contradictions of the Cuban Revolution, the posters on view at the Museum of Decorative Arts suggest that, on paper, artists had freedom to express their optimism and support.
Jonathas de Andrade explores the inequities and societal pressures on marginalized Brazilian communities, but he also challenges his audience to consider solutions.
Data visualization artist Alisa Singer’s exhibition Environmental Graphiti turns raw climate information into semi-abstract portraits.