Chicago-area art museums, galleries are primed for an exciting season.
Each of the towers is a self-contained ecosystem with heating & ventilating connectors, electrical connections, acoustical panels & sprinkler system.
Finalists are being asked about “past philanthropic spending,” including “contributions to educational, environmental and civil rights causes.”
It is the latest addition to the more than 40 murals in the South Loop neighborhood, and kicks off this year’s public art exhibition, Street Level.
The exhibit is an expansion of “Color(ed) Theory.” For that project, started in 2014, Amanda Williams painted eight abandoned houses.
John Macsai, who designed Lincolnwood’s famed Purple Hotel as well as graceful Lake Shore Drive high-rises, has died at 91 at his Evanston home.
The work had no title, and Chicagoans debated what it might be. A woman’s head? An Afghan hound? A seahorse? A baboon?
The TV special also includes a visit to Ernest Hemingway’s longtime home outside of the Cuban capital.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel called the new space at the nation’s oldest African-American museum a “unique location to celebrate special occasions.”
These modern engineering marvels are well worth a visit.
With his sparkling gold leaf veneer Hamilton (the statue) looks like he has been subjected to the Midas touch. The human touch is sadly gone.
Owen Wilson is a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright and would love to come see the great architect’s Chicago-area buildings during his 150th anniversary year.
The project will encompass 26,000-square-feet of the library’s first floor.
By the time he died 58 years ago, Wright had designed more than 500 buildings constructed either during his lifetime or after his death.