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Upcoming Exhibitions

September 26, 2017–November 20, 2017 (weekdays only)
Ryerson and Burnham Libraries
From its inception in 1936, the 27 Chicago Designers group was committed to promoting the work of its members—typographers, illustrators, photographers, and designers.
From its inception in 1936, the 27 Chicago Designers group was committed to promoting the work of its members—typographers, illustrators, photographers, and designers.
October 8, 2017–January 7, 2018
Galleries 182–84
Member Preview: October 7
This exhibition devoted to Brazilian artist Tarsila do Amaral focuses on her synthesis of avant-garde aesthetics and Brazilian subjects to produce a powerful new modern art for her country.
This exhibition devoted to Brazilian artist Tarsila do Amaral focuses on her synthesis of avant-garde aesthetics and Brazilian subjects to produce a powerful new modern art for her country.
October 14, 2017–December 31, 2017
Gallery 107
This selection of early 20th-century prints juxtaposes two sides of modern Japan, reflecting both the appeal of urbanization and the nostalgia it sparked for the serene countryside.
This selection of early 20th-century prints juxtaposes two sides of modern Japan, reflecting both the appeal of urbanization and the nostalgia it sparked for the serene countryside.
October 20, 2017–March 18, 2018
Galleries 57–59
This presentation of 27 quilts explores the way these textiles function as keepsakes and considers how their material fabrication mimics the construction of memory.
This presentation of 27 quilts explores the way these textiles function as keepsakes and considers how their material fabrication mimics the construction of memory.
October 26, 2017–April 15, 2018
Bluhm Family Terrace
This new series of bronze and ceramic sculptures by British artist Andrew Lord was inspired by 19th- and 20th-century paintings that portray time passing and the fragility of the human condition.
This new series of bronze and ceramic sculptures by British artist Andrew Lord was inspired by 19th- and 20th-century paintings that portray time passing and the fragility of the human condition.
October 29, 2017–January 15, 2018
Regenstein Hall
Member Preview: October 28
This exhibition explores the trajectory of early Soviet art in all its forms and what it tells us about socially minded art now.
This exhibition explores the trajectory of early Soviet art in all its forms and what it tells us about socially minded art now.