What better way to celebrate the centennial of Chicago artist and community organizer Carlos Cortéz than with a trio of exhibitions dedicated to the intersections between Latine printmaking and politics?
Seeing Race Before Race explores early expressions of race in medieval and early modern Europe. On view in Chicago, admission is free.
Jacolby Satterwhite: Spirits Roaming on the Earth is on view this fall at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s SAIC Galleries.
The crash caused irreparable damage to the storefront gallery and to some artwork inside.
In both his approach to art making and in the subject matter he explores, Simmons foregrounds the unknown as an integral part of his process.
And the Walls Became the World All Around provides an accessible visual language to understand Hermann’s ceramic work in book form.
Van Gogh and his cohorts were actively searching for new means to translate modern culture. Why aren’t we taking risks?
The city began maintenance on the Grainger Plaza that surrounds the iconic sculpture on August 15.
Touch is at the core of Watt’s latest body of work, featuring hanging metal sculptures that echo the energy and spirit of a Native powwow.
Over 500 workers at the museum and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago secured wage increases after 14 months of negotiations.
Gibson alleges that Kavi Gupta withheld more than $500,000 in payments, a claim the gallery denies.
Chicago is a whole different vibe in the summer. Make the best of this season with shows featuring van Gogh, Mona Hatoum, William Estrada, and more.