The sculpture has been displayed in New York and Chicago and was supposed to go to St. Louis next week for several months.
The map and four other Shepard Winnie-the-Pooh illustrations sold for a total of 917,500 pounds at Tuesday’s auction.
More than $1 million in grants has been awarded by the African-American Cultural Heritage Action Fund to support African-American heritage sites.
An exhibition at the Stony Island Arts Bank spotlights keepsakes and furnishings from the historic offices of Johnson Publishing.
The Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center brings Puerto Rican artist affected by Hurricane Maria to Chicago for a public art series.
Art Institute examines the career of the portrait master, a favorite of the city’s cultural boom at the turn of the century.
Pilsen is a colorful, artistic neighborhood filled with beautiful murals. Take a tour with our new “Art on the Grid” guide.
The sculpture was inspired by the artist’s brother’s battle with addiction.
World’s Fair 2018 is the third in a series of “Perform/Transform” festivals organized by Tycko and Plus Sign.
Chicago’s independent printmakers are holding the first ‘Chicago Print Crawl’ on Sunday, opening their shops to the public for free tours.
Martin hosts regular workshops and seminars for aspiring talent at high schools around the city to “provide an outlet to keep kids out of trouble.”
This is the largest public art commission in the history of the Wicker Park and Bucktown neighborhoods.
Art and work co-exist beautifully in this north side neighborhood that was originally designed as one of the city’s first commuter suburbs.
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.