Chicago

Theaster Gates: How to Sell Hardware—the artist’s latest installation in Chicago and third solo show at Gray—tells the story of Theaster Gates’s ongoing engagement with a family-owned store formerly…
Kavi Gupta's latest exhibition, Young-Il Ahn: Reflection, memorializes the artist, who passed away unexpectedly in the midst of planning this, his second solo exhibition with the gallery.
Art & Object had the pleasure of talking to Leah Steinhardt, the Group Director of the Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design fair (SOFA). In the conversation, Steinhardt discussed the…
Fifty years after their last show, the Art Institute of Chicago presents the first major survey of the Hairy Who, a group of six Chicago Imagists. Similar to New York Pop Art in their use of imagery…

Neither a movement nor a style, Hairy Who was simply the name six Chicago artists chose when they decided that the best way to find success as individuals was to join forces and exhibit together.…

Opening the fall art season each September, EXPO CHICAGO hosts leading international art galleries presented alongside one of the highest quality platforms for global contemporary art and culture…

This summer in Chicago, public art is being used as a call to action. Fifty-one 6 foot lighthouse sculptures that have been decorated by national and local Chicago artists, many with disabilities…

The Art Institute of Chicago has brought together a stunning collection of works by one of America’s greatest portraitists. The recently opened John Singer Sargent and Chicago’s Gilded Age…