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Upcoming Exhibitions

August 23, 2018–December 2, 2018
Gallery 186
Rosalind Nashashibi’s film depicts the relationship between artists Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter—mother and daughter—in the connected houses they share in a jungle garden in Panajachel, Guatemala.
Rosalind Nashashibi’s film depicts the relationship between artists Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter—mother and daughter—in the connected houses they share in a jungle garden in Panajachel, Guatemala.
August 25, 2018–January 27, 2019
Griffin Court
Argentine-Swiss artist Vivian Suter presents an installation of large-scale abstract paintings that mirror the surroundings of her own home and studio: the Guatemalan rainforest.
Argentine-Swiss artist Vivian Suter presents an installation of large-scale abstract paintings that mirror the surroundings of her own home and studio: the Guatemalan rainforest.
September 7, 2018–December 31, 2018
Gallery 188
This installation by South African artist James Webb features recorded prayers from every faith and spiritual affinity in Chicago.
This installation by South African artist James Webb features recorded prayers from every faith and spiritual affinity in Chicago.
September 26, 2018–January 6, 2019
Galleries 268, 271–73, and 124–27
The first major exhibition dedicated to the Hairy Who—the self-named group of six Chicago artists—explores how the group's distinct aesthetic transformed the art landscape of Chicago.
The first major exhibition dedicated to the Hairy Who—the self-named group of six Chicago artists—explores how the group's distinct aesthetic transformed the art landscape of Chicago.
September 29, 2018–February 3, 2019
Gallery 283
Canadian David Hartt’s photographic series of iconic contemporary buildings explores the dichotomy between the daily experience of a building and the architect’s orignal design concept.
Canadian David Hartt’s photographic series of iconic contemporary buildings explores the dichotomy between the daily experience of a building and the architect’s orignal design concept.
October 5, 2018–July 15, 2019
Bluhm Family Terrace
This bronze sculpture of a horse skeleton with a bow that displays the market prices of local stock exchanges raises questions about the connections between art, power, money, politics, and business.
This bronze sculpture of a horse skeleton with a bow that displays the market prices of local stock exchanges raises questions about the connections between art, power, money, politics, and business.
October 19, 2018–February 17, 2019
Galleries 182–84
Member Preview: October 18
The first solo museum exhibition of the artist’s paintings in the United States in 10 years offers a rare opportunity to experience Abts’s rigorous and distinctive approach to contemporary painting.
The first solo museum exhibition of the artist’s paintings in the United States in 10 years offers a rare opportunity to experience Abts’s rigorous and distinctive approach to contemporary painting.