Free and open to the public
This exhibition brought together nearly 300 works of art to focus on one of the last great 19th-century historical revivals in the arts.
This exhibition of twenty-nine anatomy texts from the University of Chicago Library explored the diverse ways in which anatomy text illustrators from the 16th to the 20th centuries fathomed the realms of biology and physiology.
Part of an ongoing series of intimate exhibitions focusing on the works of alumni artists, this show featured three large-scale drawings by sculptor Jene Highstein.
Paintings and sculpture by Kim Kopp and installations by Paul Coffey, Philip T. Matsikas, and Paula Melvin.
The Gray City Unbuilt featured twenty renderings of University of Chicago buildings and complexes which were proposed between 1929 and 1989, but never realized.
Visual Poetry featured the work of two avant-garde artists, the Catalan Joan Brossa and the Chilean Nicanor Parra.
The seventy-year career of the important twentieth century German-American artist Lyonel Feininger was commemorated in this exhibition of more than fifty prints, works on paper, and carved toys.