Richard Hunt: Scholar’s Rock or Stone of Hope or Love of Bronze
(Art Institute of Chicago)
Famed Chicago sculptor Richard Hunt shows a monumental bronze work, developed over the last six years, alongside other large- and small-scale pieces, arranged on the museum’s Bluhm Family Terrace.
Through Summer 2021
The West Town gallery partners with the ACLU in this highly relevant group exhibition, including local greats Bethany Collins and Eve Ewing and photographer Naima Green, which scrutinizes voting rights.
Through December 19
Third Coast Disrupted: Artists + Scientists on Climate
(Glass Curtain Gallery)
Artists use science-based work to explore the impact of climate change in Chicago.
Through October 30
With a range of protagonists as their subjects, eleven artists, part of the Feminist Art Coalition, consider how stories are told and how histories can be written and rewritten.
Through November 15
Household Name: A Ten-Year Survey of Diego Leclery’s Self-Portraiture in Chicago’s Artist-Run Spaces and Apartment Galleries
(4th Ward Project Space)
Artist and Julius Caesar co-founder Diego Leclery is a true believer in the capability of project spaces to showcase an artist’s craving for performativity. This exhibition surveys his staggering contributions to Chicago’s alternative scene while questioning the basis of cultural production.
Through November 1