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Past Exhibition in 2010

November 27, 2010–June 1, 2012
Gallery 236
Sound the trumpets! Highlights of the Art Institute’s spectacular collection of arms and armor are on special display.
Sound the trumpets! Highlights of the Art Institute’s spectacular collection of arms and armor are on special display.
September 11, 2010–September 12, 2011
Grand Staircase
In the first major presentation in an American museum of Jitish Kallat’s work, the contemporary Indian artist has designed a site-specific installation that connects two key historical moments—the
In the first major presentation in an American museum of Jitish Kallat’s work, the contemporary Indian artist has designed a site-specific installation that connects two key historical moments—the
December 11, 2010–July 20, 2011
Galleries 283–286
Our understanding of the world is based on connecting and interpreting ideas according to associations and the juxtaposition of information within a given context.
Our understanding of the world is based on connecting and interpreting ideas according to associations and the juxtaposition of information within a given context.
May 30, 2010–June 1, 2011
Gallery 144
Reinstalled in a brand new gallery in late 2010, this visitor favorite absolutely glows from its recent conservation.
Reinstalled in a brand new gallery in late 2010, this visitor favorite absolutely glows from its recent conservation.
November 3, 2010–May 15, 2011
Gallery 50
A pioneer in the revival of lithography during the early 1960s and a relentless explorer of the possibilities of paint, June Wayne has been a major national and international figure in the …
A pioneer in the revival of lithography during the early 1960s and a relentless explorer of the possibilities of paint, June Wayne has been a major national and international figure in the …
November 3, 2010–May 9, 2011
Galleries 55, 57–59
The inaugural exhibition of the soon-to-be reopened Elizabeth F. Cheney and Agnes Allerton Textile Galleries, explores how fiber art has developed as an art form from the middle of the …
The inaugural exhibition of the soon-to-be reopened Elizabeth F. Cheney and Agnes Allerton Textile Galleries, explores how fiber art has developed as an art form from the middle of the …
October 3, 2010–April 3, 2011
Bluhm Family Terrace
Rebecca Warren’s bronze sculptures are created in raw clay, cast, and hand-painted.
Rebecca Warren’s bronze sculptures are created in raw clay, cast, and hand-painted.
November 18, 2010–February 18, 2011
Gallery 212A
This small exhibition focuses on the Art Institute’s recent acquisition of a jewel-like painting depicting The Vision of Saint Francis (c 1602) by the Bolognese painter Ludovico Carracci.
This small exhibition focuses on the Art Institute’s recent acquisition of a jewel-like painting depicting The Vision of Saint Francis (c 1602) by the Bolognese painter Ludovico Carracci.
October 16, 2010–January 17, 2011
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.
October 22, 2010–January 17, 2011
Galleries 182-184, Ryerson Library
Member Preview: October 21, 10:30–8:00
Since the early 1990’s, Richard Hawkins has developed an emphatically diverse art practice that resists easy classification.
Since the early 1990’s, Richard Hawkins has developed an emphatically diverse art practice that resists easy classification.