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Upcoming Exhibitions

June 5, 2016–September 18, 2016
Galleries 182–184
Member Preview: June 3–4
Featuring works by Edward Hopper, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Grant Wood, this exhibition examines how artists redefined modernism while searching for a national art during the Great Depression.
Featuring works by Edward Hopper, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Grant Wood, this exhibition examines how artists redefined modernism while searching for a national art during the Great Depression.
June 19, 2016–August 21, 2016
Regenstein Hall
Member Preview: June 18
More than 300 highlights from this outstanding collection introduce visitors to exquisite meaning-filled objects and the fast-disappearing cultures that produced them.
More than 300 highlights from this outstanding collection introduce visitors to exquisite meaning-filled objects and the fast-disappearing cultures that produced them.
June 23, 2016–October 2, 2016
Gallery 186
Icelandic artist and musician Ragnar Kjartansson’s 2013–14 video features Brooklyn-based band the National performing its three-and-a-half minute ballad “Sorrow” on repeat for six hours.
Icelandic artist and musician Ragnar Kjartansson’s 2013–14 video features Brooklyn-based band the National performing its three-and-a-half minute ballad “Sorrow” on repeat for six hours.
June 25, 2016–November 6, 2016
Gallery 107
A first for the Art Institute’s Japanese print gallery, this exhibition of maps showcases an important facet of Japanese printmaking through a range of maps depicting both known and spiritual lands.
A first for the Art Institute’s Japanese print gallery, this exhibition of maps showcases an important facet of Japanese printmaking through a range of maps depicting both known and spiritual lands.
August 27, 2016–January 29, 2017
Galleries 124–127
A celebration of the many drawings acquired over the last quarter-century, this exhibition presents works of Swiss, German, and Austrian Romanticism, Belgian Symbolism, French Impressionism, and...
A celebration of the many drawings acquired over the last quarter-century, this exhibition presents works of Swiss, German, and Austrian Romanticism, Belgian Symbolism, French Impressionism, and...
February 19, 2017–May 7, 2017
Regenstein Hall
Member Preview: February 16–18
The first U.S. retrospective of the Brazilian artist's achievements traces his career from early works influenced by European Modernism to large-scale installations meant to be experienced.
The first U.S. retrospective of the Brazilian artist's achievements traces his career from early works influenced by European Modernism to large-scale installations meant to be experienced.