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Upcoming Exhibitions

November 21, 2017–November 29, 2018
Ryerson and Burnham Libraries (weekdays only)
This survey of 16th- through 20th-century manuscripts and prints explores a fascination with the Roman alphabet.
This survey of 16th- through 20th-century manuscripts and prints explores a fascination with the Roman alphabet.
January 27, 2018–May 28, 2018
Galleries 204–204A
Nearly 30 manuscript illuminations present a fascinating microcosm of medieval Europe—from the sacred context of the great Gothic cathedrals to the cosmopolitan culture of the sunlit Italian courts.
Nearly 30 manuscript illuminations present a fascinating microcosm of medieval Europe—from the sacred context of the great Gothic cathedrals to the cosmopolitan culture of the sunlit Italian courts.
February 3, 2018–April 15, 2018
Gallery 188
Floating helium-filled fish shapes intended to redefine the relationship between subject and object and to transform the viewers’ relationship to space and perception of the passage of time.
Floating helium-filled fish shapes intended to redefine the relationship between subject and object and to transform the viewers’ relationship to space and perception of the passage of time.
February 8, 2018–April 29, 2018
Galleries 182–84
This ongoing drawing and embroidery series collects histories and personal experiences that continue to emerge from the current humanitarian and political crises in Syria and the Middle East.
This ongoing drawing and embroidery series collects histories and personal experiences that continue to emerge from the current humanitarian and political crises in Syria and the Middle East.
February 25, 2018–May 13, 2018
Regenstein Hall
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Chinese bronzes of the second and first millennia BC are some of the most distinctive achievements in the history of art.
Chinese bronzes of the second and first millennia BC are some of the most distinctive achievements in the history of art.