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  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

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  • Address:

    Art Institute of Chicago 111 S Michigan Ave
    Loop
    Chicago

  • Cross Street:

    at Adams St

  • Venue phone:

    312-443-3600

  • Venue website:

    artic.edu/aic

  • Opening hours:

    Mon–Wed 10:30am–5pm, Thu 10:30am–8pm, Fri–Sun 10:30am–5pm.

  • Transport:

    El stop:Blue,Red to Jackson;Brown,Green,Orange,Pink,Purple (rush hrs)to Adams. Bus:3,4,6,14,26. Train:Elec Main to Millennium Station.

  • Price:

    $23; seniors, students and kids 14 and over $17; kids 13 and under free. $5 discount for Chicago residents, Illinois residents $3 off. Thu 5–8pm free for Illinois residents.

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    1. Art Institute of Chicago
      • 111 S Michigan Ave
        Loop
        Chicago
      • 312-443-3600
      • artic.edu/aic
      • 41.879585,-87.623712

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"Architecture to Scale: Stanley Tigerman and Zago Architecture"

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Building a structure takes weeks, months or possibly years of meticulous planning. The Art Institute's "Architecture to Scale" exhibition examines this process, presenting a selection of models by Chicago postmodern architect Stanley Tigerman and films...

"Architecture to Scale: Stanley Tigerman and Zago Architecture"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Sep 14
  2. Art Institute of Chicago
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"Chicagoisms"

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The Art Institute's latest exhibit explores Chicago's rich architectural history, enlisting contemporary architects and designers to create installations that demonstrate modern interpretations of the city's distinctive urban qualities. Each of the nine...

"Chicagoisms"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Jan 4 2015
  2. Art Institute of Chicago
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"Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful"

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Czech-born, French photographer Josef Koudelka documented the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia, capturing iconic images of a largely undocumented moment in history. The retrospective exhibition "Nationality Doubtful" gathers original vintage...

"Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Sep 14
  2. Art Institute of Chicago
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"Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926–1938"

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When I walk through an exhibit devoted to one artist, I wonder, would that artist have enjoyed the presentation? As I ambled through the Art Institute’s somber and dark Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926–1938, with its paintings set on charcoal...

"Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926–1938"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Mon Oct 13
  2. Art Institute of Chicago
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"Sharp, Clear Pictures: Edward Steichen's World War I and Condé Nast Years"

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The latest exhibition of Edward Steichen's work combines two disparate types of photography: The aerial photos he helped develop while on military duty during World War I and the glamour portraits he took as Condé Nast's lead photographer from 1923 to...

"Sharp, Clear Pictures: Edward Steichen's World War I and Condé Nast Years"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Mon Oct 13
  2. Art Institute of Chicago
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"What May Come: The Taller de Gráfica Popular and the Mexican Political Print"

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Browse through the archives of the the Taller de Gráfica Popular, a Mexico City-based workshop which created prints for handbills and newspapers beginning in 1937. Much of the work is politically-charged, reflecting the rapid changes which took place...

"What May Come: The Taller de Gráfica Popular and the Mexican Political Print"
  1. Wed Jul 30 – Sun Oct 12
  2. Art Institute of Chicago
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