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Reciprocal privileges to 15 art museums
Cincinnati Art Museum Cleveland Museum of Art Dallas Museum of Art High Museum of Art (Atlanta) Los Angeles County Museum of Art The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (Kansas City, Missouri) Philadelphia Museum of Art Saint Louis Art Museum The Toledo Museum of Art Vancouver Art Gallery Walker Art Center (Minneapolis) Whitney Museum of American Art
Admission for 8 adults total, at least one of whom must be a cardholder
Invitation to A. James Speyer Lecture, featuring a noted contemporary artist
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13 hours 11 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago #TBT 1983: The museum held an exhibition for the collection of Jalane and Richard Davidson, Chicago collectors of contemporary American realist drawings. Acknowledged at the time for collecting against prevailing art world trends, they amassed a comprehensive collection of work spanning the careers of both well-known artists—like Jack Beal, pictured here with Jalane herself and a portrait he made of her—and lesser-known Midwestern artists. The entire Davidson collection was bequeathed to the museum and saw another exhibition devoted to it in 1999.
17 hours 39 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago Who's ready to experience A Lot of Sorrow? The National aren't playing Lollapalooza this year, but festival–goers can still see the band perform their ballad “Sorrow” on repeat for six hours, in an intensely durational film by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson.
Now on view in the Modern Wing
1 day 9 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago Support the many fine programs of the museum and discover an interesting array of home décor, jewelry, art reproductions, and more in the Museum Shop’s Gift Catalog.
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