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“Pick Your Poison”
"Pick Your Poison" offers a thumbnail review of the last five centuries of protest, dissidence, satire and propaganda in prints. More...


“Alcoves 16/17”
Opening centers, empty spaces, and strong subtleties are the hallmarks of "Alcoves 16/17," the current in a series of seven shows that serve to introduce the public to established but under-the-radar artists of the Southwest. More...


Looking Ahead 15 Years
In 2004, James Wood resigned as Director of the Art Institute of Chicago, succeeded by James Cuno, who was succeeded in turn in 2011 by Douglas Druick, who has now been succeeded by James Rondeau. James Yood thanks them all. More...


“Tribute: Women Artists of the African Diaspora”
Ten women included in "Tribute: Ten Women Artists of the African Diaspora" embrace a spectrum of strategies and visual devices to communicate their themes, philosophies and values. More...


Richard Baker
Scenes of 21st century California leisure are Richard Baker's recalibration of the Impressionists' vision of Paris in the 1870s. More...


Remembering Edward Albee
The late playwright Edward Albee is remembered here for his very real struggle for critical acceptance and the good work of his foundation. More...


Pablo Picasso
A pair of exhibitions focus on Pablo Picasso's great draftsmanship as well as his creative process. Works represent many of his stylistic periods, and we are also reacquainted with the various women who served as both muse and partner. More...


Jun Kaneko
Jun Kaneko's large painting installation work "Mirage" anchors an arresting, striking colorful exhibition of paintings and ceramics. More...


The Democratic Lens
Richard Speer is both delighted and exasperated by the now ubiquitous presence and use of the smartphone camera. If it has democratized the making and distribution of images, it also obscures and discourages any real sense of standards. More...

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