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Past Exhibition in 2009

December 11, 2009–May 29, 2012
Ryan Education Center and Gallery 10
Three Latin American artists share the beauty and richness of their cultural heritage in this exhibition of art from picture books.
Three Latin American artists share the beauty and richness of their cultural heritage in this exhibition of art from picture books.
October 1, 2009–June 17, 2010
Poet Wallace Stevens may have had “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird,” but this season the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Poetry Found
Poet Wallace Stevens may have had “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird,” but this season the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Poetry Found
November 21, 2009–April 18, 2010
Gallery 10 and Ryan Education Center
The hearts and souls of musicians and poets, great feats of bravery and risk, and spiritual uplift are some of the memorable messages portrayed in this collection of picture books.
The hearts and souls of musicians and poets, great feats of bravery and risk, and spiritual uplift are some of the memorable messages portrayed in this collection of picture books.
June 20, 2009–April 16, 2010
Gallery 286
Judith Turner’s highly abstract photographic compositions take focus on the Modern Wing in this exhibition.
Judith Turner’s highly abstract photographic compositions take focus on the Modern Wing in this exhibition.
May 31, 2009–April 12, 2010
Bluhm Family Terrace
During the course of a relatively short career, Scott Burton created extraordinary works of art that blur the boundaries between sculpture and furniture.
During the course of a relatively short career, Scott Burton created extraordinary works of art that blur the boundaries between sculpture and furniture.
May 16, 2009–April 7, 2010
Designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Renzo Piano, the Modern Wing provides a new home for the museum’s collection of 20th- and 21st-century art.
Designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Renzo Piano, the Modern Wing provides a new home for the museum’s collection of 20th- and 21st-century art.
December 19, 2009–March 21, 2010
Galleries 3–4
Chicago Cabinet is an exhibition series showcasing the Art Institute’s photographic holdings relating to the city of Chicago: its built environment, neighborhoods, and civic history.
Chicago Cabinet is an exhibition series showcasing the Art Institute’s photographic holdings relating to the city of Chicago: its built environment, neighborhoods, and civic history.
December 1, 2009–February 2, 2010
Ryerson and Burnham Libraries
Designers have long been applying William Morris's often-repeated dictum, "Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful," to the architecture of the house
Designers have long been applying William Morris's often-repeated dictum, "Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful," to the architecture of the house
November 7, 2009–January 31, 2010
Regenstein Hall and Galleries 271–273
One of the most politically progressive and aesthetically compelling artistic movements of modern times, the Arts and Crafts movement sprang from a rebellion against industrial life and mass-produc
One of the most politically progressive and aesthetically compelling artistic movements of modern times, the Arts and Crafts movement sprang from a rebellion against industrial life and mass-produc
October 10, 2009–January 24, 2010
Gallery 211
This October and through the holidays, the National Gallery of London is sending an exceptional loan to Chicago: Caravaggio’s The Supper at Emmaus.
This October and through the holidays, the National Gallery of London is sending an exceptional loan to Chicago: Caravaggio’s The Supper at Emmaus.