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Upcoming Exhibitions

February 16, 2016–May 9, 2016
Ryerson and Burnham Libraries (Weekdays only)
A complement to "Van Gogh’s Bedrooms," these photographs of the artist’s many residences offer a unique glimpse into the artist's itinerant life—though he dreamed of a permanent home.
A complement to "Van Gogh’s Bedrooms," these photographs of the artist’s many residences offer a unique glimpse into the artist's itinerant life—though he dreamed of a permanent home.
March 5, 2016–August 7, 2016
Galleries 124–127
Inspired by Van Dyck's "Iconography" etchings, this exhibition examines the history of the portrait print through 140 works—from Dürer, van Dyck, and Rembrandt through Degas, Kollwitz, and Close.
Inspired by Van Dyck's "Iconography" etchings, this exhibition examines the history of the portrait print through 140 works—from Dürer, van Dyck, and Rembrandt through Degas, Kollwitz, and Close.
March 10, 2016–May 8, 2016
Gallery 395
After two transatlantic journeys and a historic meeting in Florence last fall with His Holiness Pope Francis, Marc Chagall’s masterwork returns with a special installation.
After two transatlantic journeys and a historic meeting in Florence last fall with His Holiness Pope Francis, Marc Chagall’s masterwork returns with a special installation.
April 2, 2016–August 28, 2016
Gallery 154
Uniting the “two parts”of a bust from the Art Institute and Rome’s Palazzo Altemps Museum, this exhibition features a reconstruction of the original piece as it would have appeared in antiquity.
Uniting the “two parts”of a bust from the Art Institute and Rome’s Palazzo Altemps Museum, this exhibition features a reconstruction of the original piece as it would have appeared in antiquity.
April 11, 2016–October 10, 2016
Gallery 219A
This focused Shakespeare 400 installation features three atmospheric engravings of fantastical Shakespearian scenes by various artists emulating works by the renowned Gothic artist Henri Fuseli.
This focused Shakespeare 400 installation features three atmospheric engravings of fantastical Shakespearian scenes by various artists emulating works by the renowned Gothic artist Henri Fuseli.
April 18, 2016–August 14, 2016
Galleries 1–4
Featuring over 100 photographs, this exhibition examines some of the artist's most influential abstract photographs and series—work that explores what he called “the drama of objects.”
Featuring over 100 photographs, this exhibition examines some of the artist's most influential abstract photographs and series—work that explores what he called “the drama of objects.”