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Invitation to annual after-hours exhibition celebration
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Invitation to A. James Speyer Lecture, featuring a noted contemporary artist
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20 hours 21 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago A close-up shot from Fernand Léger's Ballet Mécanique, now on view in Shatter Rupture Break. Share your own photos of the exhibition using the hashtag #ShatterRuptureBreak for a chance to win a free @threadless t-shirt inspired by the show!
22 hours 11 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago CLOSING SUNDAY—Bridget Riley’s eye-popping rhythmic abstractions are as intense as they are hypnotic. See her work before it goes off view March 8.