The World to Come: Art in the Age of the Anthropocene
(DePaul Art Museum)
Forty international artists, including Trevor Paglen and Gabriel Orozco, look critically and curiously at the human impact on the environment.
Through August 16
Artists Run Chicago 2.0
(Hyde Park Art Center)
Ten years after this exhibition’s first iteration, HPAC highlights a vast cross-section of the artist-run storefront, garage and telephone pole galleries that make Chicago’s art scene so vibrant.
Through July 12
Jeffrey Augustine Songco: Commercial Break
The Michigan-based artist displays bright, mesmerizing fabric collages of flowers and plants, made up of dozens of tiny self-portraits.
Through April 19
Frida Kahlo, Her Photos
(National Museum of Mexican Art)
Frida season in Chicago kicks off with this highly anticipated exhibition of the artist’s personal photographs, which offer a glimpse into her own life and into this period in Mexican history.
Through August 2
Jessie Edelman: Golden Hour
In these warm, richly-hued paintings, the NYC artist places the mostly solitary female figure in quiet scenes of contemplation, as if the minimal photos of an Instagram influencer were rendered in oil pastels.
Through April 11