Saint-Aubin, Gabriel Jacques de The Entrance of the Academy of Architecture at the Louvre, 26.1
Saint George Killing the Dragon, Bernat Martorell 30.2
Saint John the Baptist: Beheading of, Charles Sprague Pearce, 36.1; and Catherine of Alexandria, monstrance with tooth of; pendant with head of; Studies of the Holy Family and, 26.1; Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints Peter, Paul, John the Baptist, Dominic, and a Donor, 30.2; 33.1; Virgin and Child with the Young Saint John the Baptist, Saint Cecilia, and Angels, 34.1 the Evangelist: Virgin and child Enthroned with the Archangels Raphael and Gabriel, Christ on the Cross between the Virgin and Saint John the Evangelist, 30.2, 33.1 infant: Virgin and Child with the Infant St. John, 7 in the Wilderness, 31.2 plaque: with Saints James and, 30.2
Saint Michael and the Devil Hispano-Flemish, 32.1, 32.2
sculpture bust: of Anne Marie Louise Thomas de Domageville de Sérilly, 28.2; of Paris, 15.1; Portrait Bust of a Woman, 28.2, 29.2; reliquary of Saint Margaret of Antioch, 30.2 figure: Chinese cast-iron, 3; of a seated chieftain; of a youthful chieftain (Mexico); power (Africa); power; maternity, 29.2; Equestrian and Four Figures (late 14th/early 15th century); Horse, 33.1 French: Gothic wood Virgin, 4; goddess, Hindu possibly Uma 30.1 from south India, 22.1 of Osiris (Egypt), 29.2, 31.2 relief: marble by Luca della Robbia, 8 terracotta, 11.1 Virgin and Child: ivory Gothic France, 9
11 hours 49 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago NOW OPEN—Humanism + Dynamite = The Soviet Photomontages of Aleksandr Zhitomirsky
The first exhibition in the post-Soviet world devoted to leading political artist Aleksandr Zhitomirsky offers a captivating portrayal of a satirist and loyal citizen who inventively furthered his country’s official causes across a tumultuous half-century.
13 hours 41 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago CLOSING SOON—Icelandic artist/musician Ragnar Kjartansson’s intensely durational works often manifest a rare synthesis of pathos and humor.
A Lot of Sorrow is both a music video and extended concert film, in which The National performs its ballad “Sorrow” on repeat for six hours. See the song take on new layers of meaning as the hours pass and fatigue sets in.
Closing October 16—http://bit.ly/2du3GXh
3 days 9 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago Congratulations to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on their grand opening this weekend. The building, designed by architect David Adjaye, is a truly historic addition to the National Mall in Washington D.C. #APeoplesJourney #MakingHistory