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Upcoming Exhibitions

January 20, 2015March 23, 2015
Ryerson and Burnham LIbraries (weekdays only)
This exhibition showcases a selection of visionary bindings by Mary Louise Reynolds, an American who became a central figure in the Parisian Surrealist movement.
This exhibition showcases a selection of visionary bindings by Mary Louise Reynolds, an American who became a central figure in the Parisian Surrealist movement.
January 22, 2015May 3, 2015
Galleries 188–189
This “retrospective in a room” brings together several decades’ worth of Gossage's work to highlight three distinct ways that the artist has approached photography.
This “retrospective in a room” brings together several decades’ worth of Gossage's work to highlight three distinct ways that the artist has approached photography.
February 15, 2015May 3, 2015
Galleries 182–184
The first in the Modern Series, this exhibition examines modern art and the rapidly shifting conditions of modernity through the provocative lens of fragmentation.
The first in the Modern Series, this exhibition examines modern art and the rapidly shifting conditions of modernity through the provocative lens of fragmentation.
February 21, 2015May 31, 2015
Galleries 125–127
Prints, book illustrations, and other works on paper showcase the eerie effects and seductive textures made possible by the versatile mezzotint medium.
Prints, book illustrations, and other works on paper showcase the eerie effects and seductive textures made possible by the versatile mezzotint medium.
February 21, 2015May 31, 2015
Gallery 124
This selection of works—many on view for the first time—include examples of Cortor's signature Woman and Dance prints, his hybrid woodblock prints, and his experimental “abattoir” works.
This selection of works—many on view for the first time—include examples of Cortor's signature Woman and Dance prints, his hybrid woodblock prints, and his experimental “abattoir” works.
March 17, 2015June 7, 2015
Regenstein Hall
Member Preview: March 15–16
Presenting 300 objects drawn from collections across North America, this exhibition is the first to explore the rich and complex art and culture of Ireland during the long 18th century.
Presenting 300 objects drawn from collections across North America, this exhibition is the first to explore the rich and complex art and culture of Ireland during the long 18th century.
April 11, 2015July 12, 2015
Galleries 283–285
Five architects look at how new modes of communication have influenced the ways in which ideas are constructed and communicated in the development, production, and presentation of architecture.
Five architects look at how new modes of communication have influenced the ways in which ideas are constructed and communicated in the development, production, and presentation of architecture.
May 15, 2015October 4, 2015
Galleries 288, 291–299
Member Preview: May 13–14, 2015
The first major exhibition of Charles Ray's work since 1998 includes 18 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 18 pieces made between 1997 and 2014, presenting a full range of his most recent achievements.
September 19, 2015January 3, 2016
Galleries 182–184, 283–285
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.