"Never a Lovely So Real: Photography and Film in Chicago, 1950–1980"

Art, Photography Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL , Grant Park Until Sunday October 28 2018
Billy Abernathy. Mother’s Day from Born Hip, 1962.
Photograph: Billy Abernathy

Collecting vintage photos and films that explore the culture of Chicago's neighborhoods, "Never a Lovely So Real" shows how communities throughout the city reacted to three decades of social change. The exhibition includes work from photographers who documented the clubs, art movements and culture on the South Side of city as well as images from Uptown and Wrigleyville that document the transformation of each area.

Venue name: Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL
Contact:
Address: 111 S Michigan Ave
Chicago

Cross street: at Adams St
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: Included in museum admission
Event website: http://www.artic.edu/exhibition/never-lovely-so-real-photography-chicago-1950-1980
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    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
    • Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago, IL Included in museum admission
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