Immersive and vast, the exhibition showcases the breadth and depth of the city’s rich comics history.
Dancing in Real Life makes a strong case for recognizing the Greek painter as a pioneer of queer art.
Gates joins ideas of labor, function, and property with aesthetic and art historical concerns.
A broad survey of Yannis Tsarouchis’s intimate, contemplative oeuvre is on view at the Chicago art space through July 31.
Birds and airplanes soar, horses gallop, purples meet yellows, cerulean blues tango with magenta in geometric patterns, foliate designs crash into damask.
Sun Ra’s stanzas are riddles against passive reading.
Aivazian masterfully manipulates found video footage and sound, producing harrowing, evocative juxtapositions.
The cohort accused the MCA of “perpetuat[ing] harm to Chicago arts communities.”
Interjecting the power poses of Western art history with heroic Black revolutionary figures from the Caribbean, Barontini’s work manages to be seductive yet also ceremonial.
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.
By designating the home as an official landmark, the city commits to protecting the structure from demolition and any significant renovations.
Citing a revenue drop due to the pandemic, the museum has cut 11% of its workforce.