Special tickets are not required for this exhibition. It is free with museum admission. Members are always free.
(Target Free Thursday Evenings 5:00–8:00)
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Become a member of the Art Institute of Chicago and preview the exhibition before it opens to the public! Members also receive free admission to the museum and a 10% discount in the Museum Shop. Call (312) 575-8000 to join or renew your membership, or purchase a membership online. In the museum, you can join at any of the membership desks.
A major exhibition catalogue includes essays by James Rondeau; Douglas Druick; Mark Pascale, associate curator, prints and drawings, Art Institute of Chicago; Richard Shiff, Effie Marie Cain Regents Chair in Art, University of Texas-Austin; Barbara Rose, noted Johns scholar; and Kelly Keegan, assistant painting conservator, and Kristin Lister, conservator of paintings, Art Institute of Chicago; as well as an interview with the artist by Nan Rosenthal, senior consultant, Department of 19th–Century, Modern, and Contemporary Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The catalogue is available in the Museum Shop.
DINING IN THE MUSEUM
Enjoy a served lunch featuring seasonal flavors in the Garden Restaurant. The Café offers a variety of food, including soups, deli sandwiches, carved meats, pizza, salad, and desserts, all in a casual environment. Members always receive a 10% discount in the museum's restaurants.
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