Exhibition of 10 influential local talents at Intuit makes the case that no city has done more to develop art outside the mainstream.
Kyle MacMillan - For the Sun-Times
Art Institute examines the career of the portrait master, a favorite of the city’s cultural boom at the turn of the century.
Superb singing and sumptuous support from the orchestra came together Thursday evening for an experience of rare power and beauty.
The small yet spunky presenter will mark its 45th anniversary in 2018-19, an impressive achievement in a rough-and-tumble field.
Famed cellist comes to the South Side church for a shared musical experience promoting hope in the community.
Against a backdrop of surging attention to African-American art, the Art Institute of Chicago offers a retrospective on Charles White’s work.
The ballet is co-founded by Alicia Alonso and originally named for the Cuban ballerina, who is now 97 and continues to serve as general director.
The ambitious, groundbreaking exhibition reveals a fascinating side of Chicago art history that has remained largely and unfairly overlooked.
This hip, imaginative work clearly taps into the contemporary zeitgeist.
This work, which the Royal Swedish Ballet debuted in 2015, has nothing directly to do with Shakespeare’s play of the same title, so don’t be confused.
Riccardo Muti brought obvious zeal to Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95, shaping an agile, exhilarating performance.
Director Amy Hutchison has been charged with making this possibly unprecedented double bill function as a fun, seamless whole.
The company, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2017-18, has never looked better, delivering pinpoint precision, unflagging verve.