This exhibition examined issues of artistic inspiration in photography and our relationship to antiquity.
31 collages highlighting Hannah Höch's innovative use of photomontage as an artistic medium.
With over 100 sketches, models, costumes, notebooks, and masks, The Stage Is All the World celebrated the life and work of noted theatrical designer Tanya Moiseiwitsch.
A modern reexamination of classical themes and the heroic search for the self, this exhibition presented six oil and collage paintings from John Phillips's 78-piece series depicting scenes from Homer's Odyssey.
The eleventh annual group exhibition of work by recent graduates of the University of Chicago's Midway Studios featured a diverse selection of paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculpture.
An Old Master Painting Restored focused on the conservation of Girolamo da Santa Croce's King David, a sixteenth-century Venetian School portrait of the biblical king playing his lyre.
This exhibition traced the complex trajectory of realist American sculpture from idealized classical forms to early modernism and again to a stylization associated with Art Deco.
This exhibition explored the role of photography in defining a national identity for Mexican artists, the images American photographers created as foreigners, and the differing artistic and cultural visions the two groups expressed through their work.
Seven bronze sculptures and four works on paper comprised this mini-retrospective of the study work of Jacques Lipchitz, allowing a glimpse of the cubist sculptor's initial explorations of themes and compositions.