Drawings by Lynn Chadwick, Alberto Giacometti, Julio Gonzales, Joan Miro, George Grosz, Jose Clemente Orozco, Henry Moore, and Helen Saunders demonstrated the variety of techniques and applications that make drawing a vital aspect of these modern artists' work.
Paintings, sculpture, and installations by Gary Cannone, Jill Glick, Raina Grigg, Kathy Rice, Brian Ritchard, Deb Vandenbroucke, and Libby Wadsworth.
More than 100 objects created in India during the medieval Pala period and in the many Asian centers under the influence of the Pala rulers.
An exhibition of twelve Indian devotional images.
In the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe, varied and often contradictory images of women were disseminated in reproductive prints, which came to be understood as aesthetically valuable in their own right.
The diversity and richness of the Smart Museum's collection was revealed in this exhibition of 125 important paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, and decorative art objects.
This exhibition focused on many important periods of East Asian art by featuring eight donations to the permanent collection in honor of the respected scholar of Asian art and former professor in the University of Chicago's Department of Art, Harrie A. Vanderstappen.
Featuring 261 drawings and twenty decorative objects, this exhibition explored the rigorous standards of craftsmanship that were espoused by Josef Hoffmann and disseminated through the production of the Wiener Werkstatte, which he founded in 1903.
This exhibition considered the diverse and innovative artistic production of Spanish and Mexican artists during the baroque and modern periods.
This exhibition examined how American printmakers from the late 19th to the late 20th centuries have employed traditional media such as woodcut, screenprinting, and lithography, as well as remarkably experimental and mixed techniques.