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Upcoming Exhibitions

May 15, 2015October 4, 2015
Galleries 291–299
Member Preview: May 13–14, 2015
The first major exhibition of Charles Ray's work since 1998 includes 21 pieces made between 1997 and 2014, presenting a full range of his most recent achievements.
The first major exhibition of Charles Ray's work since 1998 includes 21 pieces made between 1997 and 2014, presenting a full range of his most recent achievements.
May 21, 2015August 30, 2015
Galleries 182–186, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries
The first comprehensive survey of Frances Stark’s video and digital production highlights the American artist’s gift for balancing intimate content with a sense of theatricality.
The first comprehensive survey of Frances Stark’s video and digital production highlights the American artist’s gift for balancing intimate content with a sense of theatricality.
May 22, 2015August 23, 2015
Galleries 188–189
Mylayne’s large-scale photographs of common birds—featured at the Art Institute, The Arts Club of Chicago, and Millennium Park—offer a profound investigation of aesthetics and community.
Mylayne’s large-scale photographs of common birds—featured at the Art Institute, The Arts Club of Chicago, and Millennium Park—offer a profound investigation of aesthetics and community.
June 6, 2015October 11, 2015
Galleries 1–2
Focusing on two remote locations in Canada and Russia, these essayistic films and photographs by David Hartt explore the hybrid identities of sites and individuals in a globalized world.
Focusing on two remote locations in Canada and Russia, these essayistic films and photographs by David Hartt explore the hybrid identities of sites and individuals in a globalized world.
June 20, 2015September 27, 2015
Galleries 124–127
A new perspective on collaboration in late 19th-century London is revealed through works by James McNeill Whistler, Theodore Roussel, and other members of their artistic circle.
A new perspective on collaboration in late 19th-century London is revealed through works by James McNeill Whistler, Theodore Roussel, and other members of their artistic circle.
September 19, 2015January 3, 2016
Galleries 182–184, 283–285
Member Preview: September 18
The first exhibition devoted to David Adjaye showcases the architect's approach of addressing local concerns through a historical understanding of context and a global understanding of modernism.
The first exhibition devoted to David Adjaye showcases the architect's approach of addressing local concerns through a historical understanding of context and a global understanding of modernism.