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January 30–May 2, 2010, curated by Martha Tedeschi, shown in the Jean and Steven Goldman Prints and Drawings Galleries in the Richard and Mary L. Gray Wing
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: Modern in America: Works on Paper, 1900-1950s
Irving Penn participated in the symposium "What is Modern Photography?" at the Museum of Modern Art on October 20, 1950. Edward Steichen moderated the symposium, and other participants included...
Audio Lecture: "What is Modern Photography"
Collier Schorr's enigmatic portraits, mostly of adolescents in the United States and in Germany, conflate ideas of sexuality and desire, nationalism and history, identity and politics by blending...
Video: Lecture with Collier Schorr
While Bertrand Goldberg did much of his work in and around Chicago, he also built and designed projects for locations across the United States. Click on any of the map pins below to see more...
Map: Bertrand Goldberg's Projects—Built and Unbuilt
Construction of the Modern Wing began in May 2005. Watch the building take shape in this time-lapsed video.
Video: Art Institute Modern Wing Construction
Jim Cuno, director and president of the Art Institute of Chicago, describes the Modern Wing galleries.
Video: Art Institute Director Introduces the Modern Wing
Matthew Affron, University of Virginia Art Museum, spoke on "The Dynamics of Modern Drawing." The symposium "The Gray Collection—A Particular Eye" was hosted by Suzanne McCullagh, Anne Vogt Fuller...
Audio Lecture: The Dynamics of Modern Drawing
Edited and completed by Avis Berman. New York: Arcade Publishing Inc., 2006.
01. Katharine Kuh, <em>My Love Affair with Modern Art: behind the scenes with a legendary curator.</em>
Vivian Barnett, independent scholar, examines the 1913 Armory Show focusing on Chicago private collectors, particularly Arthur Jerome Eddy, an advocate of American and European modernism.
Audio Lecture: The 1913 Armory Show and Chicago Collectors
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