The first American exhibition to comprehensively survey India's ethnic arts—as distinct from "high art" created through aristocratic patronage—the exhibition includes work from India's peasant villages, remote tribal settings and urban centers.
Points of View, the second twentieth-anniversary exhibition, traced the growth of the permanent collection through the donations of the Museum's membership.
The exhibition featured works by Chicago artists with an interest in outsider and folk art
This touring exhibition offered a survey of images and concepts of insanity in 18th- and 19th-century America.
An interior, walled, non-organic garden installation
20 still lifes, landscapes, allegories, historical scenes, and life drawings from the collection
Works by Louis Brandt, Anthony Elms, Marc Fischer, Erik S. Lieber, Morgan Santander, Duncan Webb, and Karen Louise Wilson.
Artistic depictions of women throughout Japanese history
This exhibition marked the first national tour of art from the collection of The Studio Museum in Harlem
The convention of the portrait head from antiquity to the present