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Stephanie D'Alessandro, exhibition curator, discusses the artist's connections with the city.
Audio Lecture: 100 Years of Picasso and Chicago
Picasso and Chicago celebrates the special hundred-year relationship of Pablo Picasso and the city of Chicago and the storied moments of overlap between the preeminent artist's career and...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Picasso and Chicago: Michael FitzGerald
Picasso and Chicago celebrates the special hundred-year relationship of Pablo Picasso and the city of Chicago and the storied moments of overlap between the preeminent artist's career and...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Picasso and Chicago: Druick
Picasso and Chicago celebrates the special hundred-year relationship of Pablo Picasso and the city of Chicago and the storied moments of overlap between the preeminent artist's career and...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Picasso and Chicago: Diana Widmaier Picasso
Picasso and Chicago celebrates the special hundred-year relationship of Pablo Picasso and the city of Chicago and the storied moments of overlap between the preeminent artist's career and...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Picasso and Chicago: Janine Mileaf
Picasso and Chicago celebrates the special hundred-year relationship of Pablo Picasso and the city of Chicago and the storied moments of overlap between the preeminent artist's career and...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Picasso and Chicago: Stephanie D'Alessandro
Equal parts beautiful and menacing, Monica Bonvicini’s sculptures, installations, videos, and drawings provoke an acute awareness of the physical and psychological effects of institutional,...
focus: Monica Bonvicini—Light Me Black
A leading practitioner of conceptual art, Mel Bochner was one of the first artists in the 1960s to introduce language into the visual field. These efforts, however, remain surprisingly undocumented...
focus: Mel Bochner—Language 1966–2006
James Bishop is an American artist who has lived in France since 1958. His exquisitely rendered, relatively rare drawings and paintings—which American poet and art critic John Ashbery once called “...
focus: James Bishop, Paintings on Paper 1959–2007
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