Tickets are dated and timed.
Ticket price includes general admission.
Audio tours may be pre-purchased with any exhibition ticket.
Art Institute members receive free tickets to the exhibition. Call (312) 466-5000 for member tickets.
Residents of the City of Chicago receive a discount on tickets when purchased in person at the museum. Discounted tickets are $12, MondayThursday; $14, FridaySunday.
There are three ways to order:
1. In person
Tickets may be purchased at the Art Institute during regular museum hours with cash, traveler’s check, or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover). Personal checks are not accepted.
2. By phone
Call (312) 930-4040, MondayFriday, 8:00 a.m.9:00 p.m.; Saturday, 8:00 a.m.7:00 p.m.; Sunday, 8:00 a.m.6:00 p.m. (CST). There is a convenience fee for each ticket purchased by phone and a handling fee per order (members pay reduced fees). Tickets may be mailed to you, printed at home, or picked up at the will-call window depending on the date of your order.
Tickets may be purchased online daily, 8:00 a.m.midnight (CST). There is a convenience fee for each ticket purchased online and a handling fee per order (members pay reduced fees). Tickets may be mailed to you, printed at home, or picked up at the museum’s will-call window depending on the date of your order.
*NEW* Print at Home
Tickets purchased online or over the phone can be printed on your computer at home. Avoid waiting in line at will-call or waiting for the mail. There is a $2.50 fee per order of tickets for this service.
There are no refunds, exchanges, or resale of tickets. No replacements, refunds, or compensation for lost, stolen, or unused tickets. You must bring your tickets with you when you visit the exhibition.
Group tickets are available for groups of 15 or more.
Tickets go on sale June 15, 2005.
Exceptions to this schedule will occur during the exhibition. Please note that lectures are not offered on Sundays.
Allow at least 45 minutes to view the exhibition.
To order tickets WITHOUT a lecture or for tickets with an audio tour, call (312) 559-2900.
To order tickets WITH a lecture, fill out this form and fax it to Art Institute Group Sales, (312) 541-9480. Order forms will be accepted after June 1.
Become a member of the Art Institute of Chicago and get up to four free tickets to Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre! Preview the exhibition before it opens to the public and receive a 10% discount at the Museum Shop! Call (312) 575-8000 to join or renew your membership, or click here to purchase a membership online. In the museum, you can join at any one of the membership desks.
Please click here for more information about special “Toulouse-Lautrec” packages offered by Chicago hotels.
To schedule a student tour, please call (312) 443-3679 or click here.
A 40-minute comprehensive audio tour of the exhibition is available for $5 for members, $6 for the public. Audio Tours may be pre-purchased with any ticket, or can be purchased at the exhibition entrance or in the Michigan Avenue lobby. The audio tour is free to visually impaired visitors, and an enlarged-type manuscript of the tour is available for hearing-impaired visitors.
DINING IN THE MUSEUM
Enjoy a served lunch featuring seasonal flavors in the Garden Restaurant, open 11:30 a.m.3:00 p.m. daily, closed holidays. The Court Café is open every day until one hour before museum closing, offering a variety of food, including soups, deli sandwiches, carved meats, pizza, salad, and desserts, all in a casual environment.
THE MUSEUM SHOP
The Museum Shop offers a selection of products related to the exhibition. The shop is located in the Michigan Avenue lobby, and a special shop annex will be located near the exhibition.
Lavishly illustrated with 370 color plates, the exhibition catalogue Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre features passintings, drawings, and posters produced by Toulouse-Lautrec on Montmartre subjects. It also includes masterpieces by contemporaries he inspired or who inspired him, including Degas, Van Gogh, Picasso, and others. Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre includes essays written by Richard Thomson, Phillip Dennis Cate, and Mary Weaver Chapin, with Florence E. Coman.
To purchase the catalogue, visit the Museum Shop or click here. Hardcover, $60; softcover, $40. Art Institute members receive 10% off.
Toulouse-Lautrec: The Moulin Rouge and the City of Light by Robert Burleigh
This lively and colorful volume presents young readers with the life of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Relying upon some of Lautrec’s best-known posters, drawings, and paintings, award-winning children’s book writer Robert Burleigh spins the story of this whimsical and talented artist.
Click here for more information. To purchase this book, visit the Museum Shop or click here.
Paris: Photographs from a Time That Was
August 13November 6, 2005
Galleries 1 and 2
Some of the greatest photographers of ParisEugène Atget, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, André Kertész, Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneauwere hardly known when they began their most innovative work. They found Paris to be the perfect climate in which to invent and develop a new approach to conceiving the photographic image. Masterworks from these now famous visionaries form the core of a selection of 100 photographs of Paris from the 1850s to the 1950s, all of which are drawn from the impressive collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.
For more information on this exhibition, click here.
The museum is located at 111 South Michigan Avenue, at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Adams Street, on the eastern edge of Chicago’s famous downtown Loop. Click here to see a map and information on parking and public transportation.
Art Explorer is a website that highlights the Art Institute of Chicago's Impressionist and Postimpressionist collections. Visitors can search for artworks and resources, including video clips, artist biographies, activities, and online games. Artworks and resources can be saved, along with original notes, using Scrapbooks. To view a sample scrapbook on Toulouse-Lautrec, click here. To create your own scrapbook, click here.
Art Access examines objects from the Art Institute of Chicago's permanent collection to enrich visitors' understanding of content, style, and historical context. This program features online resources, such as maps, glossaries, pronunciation guides, and information on individual works, including Toulouse-Lautrec's At the Moulin Rouge.
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