This exhibition traces the shifting parameters of classicism from antiquity to the early 20th century
Exhibition explores the ways in which leading Fluxus artist Wolf Vostell used concrete as an actual material and artistic motif in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
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.
The Asian collection encompasses a rich variety of forms, materials, and functions, ranging from millennia-old ritual bronzes to contemporary photography.
The Smart Museum’s European collection ranges from antiquity to the nineteenth century, with particular strengths in works on paper as well as Renaissance painting, sculpture, and decorative arts.
The Smart Museum's contemporary collection reflects the rich diversity of recent art.
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.