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Past Exhibition in 2005

November 13, 2005–April 23, 2006
Gallery 141
Elizabeth Catlett (b.
Elizabeth Catlett (b.
November 19, 2005–March 12, 2006
Galleries 2, 3, 4
Although photographs are inherently reproducible, photographers have long maintained that the final print is unique.
Although photographs are inherently reproducible, photographers have long maintained that the final print is unique.
December 24, 2005–February 26, 2006
Gallery 107
The Great Wave under a pink sky: Works by Hokusai, Utamaro, Sharaku, and others drawn from the world-renowned Clarence Buckingham Collection of Japanese Prints shed light on varied issues
The Great Wave under a pink sky: Works by Hokusai, Utamaro, Sharaku, and others drawn from the world-renowned Clarence Buckingham Collection of Japanese Prints shed light on varied issues
November 12, 2005–January 28, 2006
Drawing on the dynamic photography scene in Chicago, this exhibition focuses on work by three younger talents: Jessica Rowe, Jason Salavon, and Brian Ulrich.
Drawing on the dynamic photography scene in Chicago, this exhibition focuses on work by three younger talents: Jessica Rowe, Jason Salavon, and Brian Ulrich.
July 16, 2005–October 10, 2005
Regenstein Hall
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901), one of the most popular and important painters of late-19th-century Paris, has not been the subject of a major exhibition since the large retrospective presen
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901), one of the most popular and important painters of late-19th-century Paris, has not been the subject of a major exhibition since the large retrospective presen
May 21, 2005–July 31, 2005
Galleries 1 and 2
Spirit into Matter: The Photographs of Edmund Teske showcases the work of this significant but largely unheralded photographer.
Spirit into Matter: The Photographs of Edmund Teske showcases the work of this significant but largely unheralded photographer.