The Art Institute of Chicago

Chicago, IL



Ethel Stein, Master Weaver (7/9/14)

They Seek a City: Chicago and the Art of Migration, 1910-1950 (4/5/13)

John Marin's Watercolors: A Medium for Modernism (2/8/11)

Ed Ruscha and Photography (3/19/08)

Jeff Wall, a Retrospective (5/30/07)

Charles Sheeler: Across Media (9/29/06)

So the Story Goes (8/10/06)

focus: Maureen Gallace (6/5/06)

Casas Grandes and the Ceramic Art of the Ancient Southwest (3/30/06)

Honoring Heroes in History: Illustrations from the Coretta Scott King Book Awards, 2001-2005 (2/2/06)

Elizabeth Catlett: In the Image of the People; essay by Melanie Herzog (12/20/05)

Legends and Legacy Award: Elizabeth Catlett (12/20/05)

Expanded Galleries of American Art with Loans from the Terra Foundation for American Art Collection at The Art Institute of Chicago (4/6/05)

Window on the West: Chicago and the Art of the New Frontier, 1890­1940 (5/31/03)

William Merritt Chase: Modern American Landscapes (9/22/00)

Kenneth Josephson: A Retrospective (10/18/99)

Terrain of Freedom: American Art and the Civil War (9/20/99)

Mary Cassatt: Modern Woman (12/7/98)

Two American Art Books Published by Art Institute of Chicago This Fall (10/14/98)

Mary Cassatt: Modern Woman (1998)

Ivan Albright: Centenary of Artist's Birth (1997)


The Art Institute of Chicago, founded in 1879 as both a museum and school, first stood on the southwest corner of State and Monroe Streets. It opened on its present site at Michigan Avenue and Adams Street in 1893. The collection encompasses more than 5,000 years of human expression from cultures around the world, and the school's graduate program is continually ranked as one of the best in the country.

The Art Institute of Chicago is located in Chicago's Grant Park, located at 111 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Il 60603. For hours and admission fees please see the museum's website.

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