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Upcoming Exhibitions

May 4, 2016–November 4, 2016
Galleries 202A–205A
This focused installation examines the famously dissolute and fabulously attired German mercenaries known as Landsknechte through arms, armor, and works on paper depicting the soldiers in action.
This focused installation examines the famously dissolute and fabulously attired German mercenaries known as Landsknechte through arms, armor, and works on paper depicting the soldiers in action.
May 10, 2016–July 18, 2016
Ryerson and Burnham Libraries (Weekdays only)
Exploring the many facets of antiquarian scholarship in England, this exhibition features 17th- through 19th-century publications celebrating ancient relics, artifacts, architecture, and costume.
Exploring the many facets of antiquarian scholarship in England, this exhibition features 17th- through 19th-century publications celebrating ancient relics, artifacts, architecture, and costume.
May 21, 2016–August 28, 2016
Gallery 188
Exploring the little-known collaboration of Parks and Ellison, this exhibition reunites the never-before-seen photographs and unpublished manuscripts intended for two projects.
Exploring the little-known collaboration of Parks and Ellison, this exhibition reunites the never-before-seen photographs and unpublished manuscripts intended for two projects.
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.