Free and open to the public
An in-depth look at the early years of one of the most important American artists of this century
Eleven drawings from the permanent collection of The Arts Club of Chicago
This exhibition traced the rise of two related types of “primitivism” in nineteenth-century France
A history of the University that addresses the ways in which objects, artifacts, and images have been collected, deployed, and displayed
An exhibition of recent paintings by Alyce Frank (B.A. 1950) was mounted as part of an alumni artists series.
Work by Brett Bloom, Shawn Calvert, Mark Huddle, David Krause, Piper, Rebecca Ravis, Stephanie Serpick, and L. Mikelle Standbridge
An exhibition of fourteen pencil and gouache works
A collaborative exhibition with the University of Chicago’s Oriental Institute during its renovation and expansion
This exhibition presented works by some of the most significant literati painters of Korea’s last royal dynasty.
This exhibition explored artistic production in Chicago from 1945 to 1997.