One of the lies President Trump likes to tell is that his Renoir is real, but it turns out that might not be the case.
Zhang Peili, who’s having his first American retrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago, rejects the government’s use of media for entertainment and propaganda.
As cities and states pass legislation to curtail Airbnb activity, the site’s future as a tool for artists and art organizations both large and small remains uncertain.
In the thick of the city’s rush hour, a row of protesters blockaded the stretch of Michigan Avenue to call out a museum trustee for his complicity in cuts to higher education in Illinois.
CHICAGO — On Monday, February 15, I slept in Vincent van Gogh’s bedroom, the room from the Yellow House in Arles that he famously painted in 1888 and 1889.
Now available for rent on Airbnb is a full-size, 3D replica of Vincent van Gogh’s famous painting “The Bedroom” (1889), complete with rustic twin bed, pale violet walls, copper-green wood floor, and straw hat on a peg.
CHICAGO — The Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago, which opened in 2009, has reinstated its contemporary collection after giving over most of the space in 2015 to a much-lauded retrospective of the American sculptor Charles Ray.
One of India’s most private religious communities, the Pushtimarg also developed one of the country’s most unique artistic traditions.
Would you rather help donate an original Picasso to a museum, or keep a 1.5-square-milimeter scrap of it for yourself?
CHICAGO — Deana Lawson’s photographs thwart easy notions of symmetry.
We love NYC and LA and all the art they have to offer, but we know they’re only two towns of many across the country mounting great exhibitions large and small.
CHICAGO — “Paintings are made for dentists.” So goes one of the many acerbic lines in artist Francis Picabia’s freewheeling poems.