About This Artwork

Adler & Sullivan, original architects; American, 1883-1896
Vinci & Kenny, reconstruction architects; American, 1970-1977

Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room: Reconstruction at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1893/94 (original built)
1972 (original demolished)
1976/77 (reconstructed)

Mixed media recreation of room
Room is roughly 5,704 square feet (not including gallery)

Gift of Three Oaks Wrecking Company, RX23310/0002

Exhibition, Publication and Ownership Histories

Exhibition History

Space open to the public in the museum's Rubloff Building.

Publication History

Vinci, John, ed. 1989. The Trading Room: Louis Sullivan and The Chicago Stock Exchange. Art Institute of Chicago.

Art Institute of Chicago. 1990. Fragments of Chicago's Past: The Collection of Architectural Fragments at The Art Institute of Chicago. Exh. cat. Art Institute of Chicago, cat. no. 68, pp. 139-141.

Zukowsky, John, and Martha Thorne. 2004. Masterpieces of Chicago Architecture. Art Institute of Chicago/Rizzoli, pp. 44–45.

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