Sculptor Anish Kapoor heads back to Chicago and will see “The Bean” for the first time since 2006. And, yes, that’s what he calls it, too.
The museum continues to promote and share a deeper understanding and respect of Native-American people and cultures.
Chicago-area art museums, galleries are primed for an exciting season.
For a period of time in the 1960s, Graham was the dean of concert promoters.
The series explores new perspectives in music, art and culture, according to the MCA.
The work had no title, and Chicagoans debated what it might be. A woman’s head? An Afghan hound? A seahorse? A baboon?
The museum says Wednesday this will be its first-ever traveling exhibition and will include some 600 items.
Bey has more than two decades of experience in the fields of art, culture, architecture and urban planning.
Exhibit includes clandestine as well as commissioned drawings and paintings by Jews, Poles and other citizens held at Auschwitz during World War II.
The exhibit spotlights the struggles and triumphs of the more than 20,000 ex-residents of the internment camps who settled in Chicago.
It’s the largest public presentation of the artist’s ceramics and groupings of other objects, reunited for the first time since they left his studio.
The museum becomes the first such cultural institution to partner with Facebook as a way of promoting an exhibit, in this case the work of Murakami.
Evanston artist Michael Rakowitz’s replica of an Assyrian statue Islamic State militants destroyed in Iraq will soar over London’s Trafalgar Square.
It’s the artist’s first major retrospective in the United States in 10 years.
The “Merce Cunningham: Common Time” has become a big draw for celebrities at the Museum of Contemporary Art — including Oliver Platt and Jane Adams.