Terzo Piano: Friday–Wednesday, 6:00–11:30 p.m. Bluhm Family Terrace: Friday–Wednesday, 6:00–11:30 p.m. May through September (weather permitting)
Terzo Piano: 47 x 162 feet Bluhm Family Terrace: 47 x 112 feet
Terzo Piano: 7,826 Bluhm Terrace: 5,299
Terzo Piano is a clean, modern space of fresh design and sparkling glass. With its spectacular location on the third level of the Modern Wing, Terzo Piano offers panoramic views of Lake Michigan and the city's skyline. A light-filled space with floor-to-ceiling windows, Terzo Piano offers a pristine blank canvas for you to create your perfect event. This versatile space may be combined with gallery viewing for flowing receptions into the thousands.
The outdoor Bluhm Family Terrace is on the third level of the Modern Wing just outside Terzo Piano. It too offers stunning views of the Chicago skyline and Millennium Park. The terrace is shaded just enough that you and your guests will experience the event as if you're outside, but you won't have to brave the elements. The Bluhm Family Terrace is the perfect complement to Terzo Piano. Combining the two special event spaces creates a magical setting for evening receptions and seated dinners.
1 day 17 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago NOW OPEN—Abstract Experiments: Latin American Art on Paper after 1950
During the mid-20th century, Latin American artists were active in the evolving international discourse on modernity, at a time of industrial expansion and political transformation in South America.
Abstract Experiments provides an illuminating complement to Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium and reflects the Art Institute’s recent efforts to expand its holdings of Latin American painting, sculpture, and works on paper.
2 days 12 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago NOW OPEN—Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium
The Art Institute presents the first U.S. retrospective of this groundbreaking Brazilian artist. A relentless innovator always pushing the boundaries of art, Oiticica is arguably the most influential Latin American artist of the post–World War II period and is recognized for inspiring Tropicália, a powerful movement that influenced art across media in Brazil.
In addition to viewing his early works on paper, visitors are invited to take off their shoes and walk through immersive sand-filled installations, view Amazonian parrots, and try on wearable objects designed by the artist.
2 days 13 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago Whitney will be taking over our Instagram for the next 24 hours. Follow along to see posts from Max and Julien’s visit to the museum.