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Past Exhibition in 2007

December 8, 2007–August 3, 2008
Galleries 15 and 16
Chris Raschka’s books beg to be read out loud.
Chris Raschka’s books beg to be read out loud.
September 15, 2007–June 15, 2008
You are invited to experience the rich diversity of artistic expression that defines the American experience.
You are invited to experience the rich diversity of artistic expression that defines the American experience.
December 13, 2007–June 8, 2008
Gallery 227
Figuration in Contemporary Design looks at the recent employment of figurative characteristics in the design arts.
Figuration in Contemporary Design looks at the recent employment of figurative characteristics in the design arts.
May 7, 2007–April 30, 2008
Gallery 227
Nineteen forty-five was a pivotal year that marked not only the end of the Second World War but also the close of an era that encompassed the boom years of the 1920s and the Great Depression of the
Nineteen forty-five was a pivotal year that marked not only the end of the Second World War but also the close of an era that encompassed the boom years of the 1920s and the Great Depression of the
November 16, 2007–April 29, 2008
Gallery 227
Since the early 20th century, Chicago has continually fostered young design talents and established itself as a pivotal center for the arts.
Since the early 20th century, Chicago has continually fostered young design talents and established itself as a pivotal center for the arts.
December 1, 2007–March 2, 2008
Galleries 108–109
Featuring nearly 50 works—including exquisite examples of the batik and ikat techniques—this exhibition explores a magnificent collection that entered the Art Institute in late 2002, introducing vi
Featuring nearly 50 works—including exquisite examples of the batik and ikat techniques—this exhibition explores a magnificent collection that entered the Art Institute in late 2002, introducing vi
December 8, 2007–February 24, 2008
Gallery 107
In recent years, adolescence—especially of girls—has become of renewed interest to artists who have matched that bodily transformation with photography’s particular gift for surface description.
In recent years, adolescence—especially of girls—has become of renewed interest to artists who have matched that bodily transformation with photography’s particular gift for surface description.
December 1, 2007–February 24, 2008
Galleries 2–4
Shadow plays an interesting role in art. Its fleeting presence is difficult to depict yet the medium of photography is able to represent it perfectly.
Shadow plays an interesting role in art. Its fleeting presence is difficult to depict yet the medium of photography is able to represent it perfectly.
December 15, 2007–February 24, 2008
Gallery 107
The Kabuki theater was one of the main preoccupations of the “floating world” of 18th-century Edo (modern day Tokyo).
The Kabuki theater was one of the main preoccupations of the “floating world” of 18th-century Edo (modern day Tokyo).
December 3, 2007–February 20, 2008
Regenstein Hall
Across the continent of Africa unique and often surprising ceramic vessels have been created for domestic and ritual uses.
Across the continent of Africa unique and often surprising ceramic vessels have been created for domestic and ritual uses.