Drawing on a recent bequest to the Museum, this exhibition presents several hundred photographic works that span the very earliest days of the medium to the near-present day.
The Smart joins together with cultural and community partners to think critically and creatively about what it means to belong.
Organized by UChicago students, this exhibition examines the ways in which European printmaking was closely associated with the private sphere.
This exhibition provides the definitive introduction to Chicago’s first artistic movement, the Monster Roster.
This intimate exhibition brings together the kinds of works of art, both ancient and modern, that Monster Roster artists studied and appreciated.
This exhibition charts the ebb and flow of key Expressionist tendencies in German and Central European art.
A selection of German and Central European photography by František Drtikol, Lyonel Feininger, Hannah Höch, Walter Peterhans, and Václav Zykmund, among others.
Project explores art's relationship to the recollection of personal and cultural histories, nostalgia, and other facets of memory.
The modern gallery features European and American painting, sculpture, and decorative arts dating from the 1880s to the early 1960s.
The Asian collection encompasses a rich variety of forms, materials, and functions, ranging from millennia-old ritual objects to contemporary photography.