We're excited to announce that Alison Gass has been appointed Dana Feitler Director of the Smart Museum of Art
Wolf Vostell, Fliegende Zementwolke ueber Chicago (Flying Cement Cloud over Chicago), 1970
Exhibition explores the ways in which Fluxus co-founder Wolf Vostell used concrete as an actual material and artistic motif
Collection-based project raise complicated questions about what it means to belong—to a place, a culture, a family, or a group.
Alison Gass, a leading curator of contemporary art and a senior leader at university museums, has been appointed the director of the University of Chicago’s Smart Museum of Art
Lester and Betty Guttman’s love of photography was not theoretical; it was embedded in their daily lives.
For two weeks of this summer’s Teen Arts Council internship, these teens were in “residency” at the Smart Museum of Art. Here are some of their reflections on the experience.
University of Chicago PhD candidate, Max Koss, explains how the Kress Foundation's 1973 gift, secured by Edward Maser, helped shape the Smart Museum’s collection and status as an exemplary teaching institution.