Stuck inside? You can still virtually experience some of the city’s best cultural offerings.
The hope is to attract new businesses with the public art.
Photographs in "Southern Exposures" showcase that area’s most beautiful—and often overlooked—buildings.
These theaters are worth the ticket price.
Barozzi/Veiga is dreaming big for the Chicago museum
The show opens Thursday, October 3
Learn about the Bauhaus professor that founded the Institute of Design
Complex infrastructure and hidden systems are revealed in photographs from Brad Temkin
Hunt for all 26 pieces of art by Merlot in Lincoln Yards
The Floating Museum unveils its latest public art initiative
Artist Jacob Hashimoto’s latest work transforms the skyscraper’s newly reopened Wacker Drive entrance.
A Berlin-based photographer spent seven years shooting the architect’s modernist buildings
The project will repurpose an old warehouse building at Broadway and Argyle.
The 127-year-old art center building is getting some needed repairs.
About 75 local and international exhibitors will bring their best selections.
Register for Newberry Library seminars covering landscape design, theater, baseball, beer and more.
The mural registry is City Hall’s way of protecting hundreds of artworks
"Art on theMART" will debut extended hours and new programming on May 13.
After hearing out the community, Gates decided a mural wasn’t going to be enough.
View animations of classic fairy tales from inside 13 hand-powered zoetropes.
Opening February 28, the installation explores the relationship between citizenship and design.
The striking installation by Spanish artist Ignasi Monreal blends medieval and modern motifs.
The commuter’s tunnel will get lively installations
After criticism, the mayor pulled the mural from auction at Christie’s.
In 1897, Chicago manufacturers were making nearly two-thirds of all bicycles nationwide
The auction items include everything from Frank Lloyd Wright chairs to an anatomical model of a cow skeleton
See work from architects Le Corbusier and Tadao Ando in the opening show
Thousands of Chicagoans came out to witness the project’s debut.
Titled "Communication X9," the colorful column-like piece has been placed in storage.
The upcoming multimedia projection will shine a new light on the old Art Deco landmark.
Baltimore-based artists created the vibrant, colorful poster
Reproductions of the original designs—plus Massey-inspired children’s art—are headed to State Street.