Part of Art Design Chicago, the show surveys the six artists who created their own off-kilter style from 1966-69.
“The Time Is Now!,” an exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art, focuses on about 50 artists of the ’60s and ’70s.
From Meghan Trainor to T Bone Burnett and Fiesta Ravinia, make big plans for your Chicago weekend fun.
Felipe Sales got started tattooing his friends from an online-bought DIY kit, but now he loves doing it professionally.
The North Lion tossed its mane into the wide open mayoral race on Thursday — if you can believe Twitter.
An overdue overview of Chicago’s “Hairy Who” movement at the Art Institute is among the season’s feasts for the eyes.
“American Masters” documentary turns the spotlight back on the late Elizabeth Murray, an artist known for bright colors and novel shapes.
“In many cases, commissioned street art looks to the untrained eye a lot like graffiti,” said Ald. Brian Hopkins, who supports a public art registry.
From the African Festival of the Arts on the South Side to the North Coast Music Festival in the West Loop, this weekend’s packed with entertainment.
Dave, who was born David Rothenberg, died on July 15 at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas, Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said Wednesday.
Every picture tells a story. The 1962 photo, “Mother’s Day,” is by Billy “Fundi” Abernathy, a leader in the Black Arts Movement.
Back of the Yards Coffeehouse and Roastery host a night of storytelling to offset the violent stigma that follows their community.
Not got going to Lolla this weekend but still looking for fun things to do? Check out this week’s free and cheap guide!
Chicago’s Chinatown. Come for the food, stay for the culture, beautiful parks and much more. Get the scoop in “The Grid” with Ji Suk Yi.
Nike teamed up with Chicago Park District to help some staff members design a new T-shirt for summer day camp staff.