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Upcoming Exhibitions

June 27, 2018–August 31, 2018
Ryerson and Burnham Libraries (weekdays only)
From mass-manufactured material to exceptional examples of Egyptian-themed Wedgwood, this installation explores the Egyptomania craze of the early to mid-20th century.
From mass-manufactured material to exceptional examples of Egyptian-themed Wedgwood, this installation explores the Egyptomania craze of the early to mid-20th century.
July 1, 2018–September 30, 2018
Regenstein Hall
Member Preview: June 28–30
The first Art Institute exhibition devoted to the beloved American portraitist in more than 30 years explores the connections between Sargent and his patrons, his creative circle, and Chicago.
The first Art Institute exhibition devoted to the beloved American portraitist in more than 30 years explores the connections between Sargent and his patrons, his creative circle, and Chicago.
July 7, 2018–September 30, 2018
Gallery 107
This exhibition traces the Yoshida family of woodblock print artists, many of whom have been central to the major 20th-century Japanese print movements.
This exhibition traces the Yoshida family of woodblock print artists, many of whom have been central to the major 20th-century Japanese print movements.
September 27, 2018–January 6, 2019
Galleries 268, 271–73, and 124–27
Today, the Hairy Who is often thought of as a Chicago movement or style rather than a self-defined group of artists who chose to exhibit together.
Today, the Hairy Who is often thought of as a Chicago movement or style rather than a self-defined group of artists who chose to exhibit together.