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Past Exhibition in 2014

November 11, 2014–February 28, 2016
Galleries 212 and 212A
Paintings and drawings from viceregal South America introduce visitors to explorers, artists, and patrons who lived in the Spanish-governed Andes during the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.
Paintings and drawings from viceregal South America introduce visitors to explorers, artists, and patrons who lived in the Spanish-governed Andes during the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.
December 6, 2014–August 16, 2015
Ryan Education Center
This interactive installation celebrates the art of puppetry by allowing visitors of all ages to explore the movements of shadow, hand, and finger puppets.
This interactive installation celebrates the art of puppetry by allowing visitors of all ages to explore the movements of shadow, hand, and finger puppets.
May 19, 2014–June 14, 2015
Gallery 201
Newly cleaned, conserved, and dramatically transformed, this world-famous icon of the Art Institute’s celebrated Impressionist collection returns to the galleries.
Newly cleaned, conserved, and dramatically transformed, this world-famous icon of the Art Institute’s celebrated Impressionist collection returns to the galleries.
September 2014–May 2015
A nine-month season of events celebrating photography at the Art Institute of Chicago
A nine-month season of events celebrating photography at the Art Institute of Chicago
September 27, 2014–May 10, 2015
Gallery 154
Over 60 sumptuous works of art—mosaics, architectural fragments, manuscripts, glass, silver, textiles, and painted icons—come together from museums throughout Greece.
Over 60 sumptuous works of art—mosaics, architectural fragments, manuscripts, glass, silver, textiles, and painted icons—come together from museums throughout Greece.
November 1, 2014–April 12, 2015
Galleries 2–3
Welling’s debut series, "Diary/Landscape" (1977–86) is both a beautiful and moving meditation on family, history, memory, and place, and a significant emblem of the Pictures Generation.
Welling’s debut series, "Diary/Landscape" (1977–86) is both a beautiful and moving meditation on family, history, memory, and place, and a significant emblem of the Pictures Generation.
November 19, 2014–April 5, 2015
Gallery 186
Featuring a lone DJ spinning records on a rooftop surrounded by exploding fireworks, Sala's 2003 video manipulates sound and image to astonishingly new effect.
Featuring a lone DJ spinning records on a rooftop surrounded by exploding fireworks, Sala's 2003 video manipulates sound and image to astonishingly new effect.
November 9, 2014–March 30, 2015
Bluhm Family Terrace
Schütte's large-scale figure of a woman plays with the conventions of the classic female nude, both eulogizing and undermining the traditional iconographic vocabulary.
Schütte's large-scale figure of a woman plays with the conventions of the classic female nude, both eulogizing and undermining the traditional iconographic vocabulary.
November 11, 2014–March 8, 2015
Gallery 294
This exhibition showcases Riley's bold, rhythmic abstractions, including an emblematic early canvas, two of her iconic “stripe” paintings, and the only sculpture she ever created.
This exhibition showcases Riley's bold, rhythmic abstractions, including an emblematic early canvas, two of her iconic “stripe” paintings, and the only sculpture she ever created.
October 9, 2014–March 8, 2015
Gallery 292
One of only about 30 pénétrables produced by the Venezuelan artist, this immersive work—a forest of shimmering nylon tubes—is on display for the first time since 1986.
One of only about 30 pénétrables produced by the Venezuelan artist, this immersive work—a forest of shimmering nylon tubes—is on display for the first time since 1986.