Gamaliel Ramirez’s formal education ended in grade school, but he taught himself to paint and left his mark on Chicago with his murals and paintings.
Hof celebrated his win at a party in Pahrump, Nevada, with “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss at his side.
Get to know Chicago’s Hyde Park – for the first time or all over again. It’s one of the most unique neighborhoods in the city.
From the famed “Greetings From Chicago” mural to the ever-changing graffiti that covers East Room, here’s a guide to street art in the neighborhood.
Against a backdrop of surging attention to African-American art, the Art Institute of Chicago offers a retrospective on Charles White’s work.
The new exhibit running through July features Chicago muralist Milton Reed and photographer Annie Smith-Stubenfield, among other artists.
The inaugural Chicago fun house-style celebration of creativity (for adults) will be housed at 1522 W. Hubbard.
A collection of self-portraits show that Albright kept his vision to the end, gazing with a clear eye at his own startled, decrepit face.
Publicist: “He was reclusive, cantankerous and sometimes difficult. But he was a very loyal, loving man. He was the architect of love.”
The project is a visual investigation of Chicago’s communities, using the grid system to compare in visual terms North and South side neighborhoods.
From Lollapalooza to neighborhood street fests, here’s a guide to all the festivals you can go to this summer.
Every once in a while it’s nice to elevate our thinking. We might even get a little culture — and education — along the way.
Richard Gray, dean of Chicago art dealers and benefactor of the arts, also helped bring the city Sue, the famed T. rex. He died at home Wednesday.
Sotheby’s described the painting as “the most significant work by the renowned artist to ever come to market.”