Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Chicago Flower & Garden Show and the Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Festival are just some of the fun in store.
Picasso painted one of his masterpieces atop a work by an unknown artist, scientists from Northwestern, the Art Institute and two other museums found.
Former President Barack Obama said of Lewis Manilow: “Lew was just one of those people whom it was a joy to know.”
One of the 20 prominent women depicted said she hopes the mural will signal to young girls that “there are no limitations.”
Taxidermist George Dante compared working with the Field Museum’s “Fighting African Elephants” to being asked to restore the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
The coffee table-style book features vintage postcards and both vintage and contemporary photos of Chicago to chronicle the city’s history.
From ice skating and concerts to comedy and dance, here’s a look at some of the area’s offerings to make your days and nights merry and bright.
The exhibit in Skokie marks the first time that the voice-recognition technology has been married to 3-D holograms to tell survivors’ stories.
“Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil,” now at the Art Institute, is eye-opening an enchanting.
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?