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 Native artist’s simultaneity of diverse references obliterates tidy notions of identity, while being transparently true to his own biography, aesthetics, and heritage.
Edra Soto’s art brings with it the fabulous look and feel of tropical architectural solutions but not always the pain and difficulty of diasporic life.
The Chicago-based artist reminds us that the art of weaving is just as ancient as the existence of transgender people.
Gary Simmons: Public Enemy surveys the artist’s career in exposing legacies of race and class in US popular culture.
The exhibition captures underrepresented stories of Black gay men from all walks of life during this pivotal decade. Now on view in Chicago.
The 2023 Veteran Art Triennial & Summit proves that the tools of the colonizer, the occupier, and the oppressor can be used to resist and persist.
“Kongkee: Warring States Cyberpunk”, “Shahidul Alam: Singed But Not Burnt”, and “Patric McCoy: Take My Picture” are on view at the Chicago art space.
From an Anish Kapoor “Mini-Bean” to teeny immersive installations, Barely Fair is a much-needed break from the art world’s extravagance.
One might go to an art fair anticipating spectacle, but what I found at Expo Chicago was much more heartening, and deeply Midwestern.
There are no common moves among artists in The Chicago Cli-Fi Library, except environmental grief as expressed through art-making.