Vivian Maier: In Color
(Chicago History Museum)
Maier’s gift for making the everyday sublime is on display in these color photographs, showing Chicago in the middle of the twentieth century.
Through May 2023
2Joseph E. Yoakum: What I Saw
(The Art Institute of Chicago)
This self-taught artist didn’t get his start until his seventies, when he started creating daily drawings, mostly of visionary landscapes, a selection of which are on view.
Through October 18, 2021
Laura Davis: Books and Jewelry
Mining her background in jewelry and metalwork, the Chicago artist continues her exploration of materiality in this solo exhibition.
Through July 17
Tiger Strikes Asteroid: It feels like the first time
(Mana Contemporary Chicago)
This first-ever survey show of artists from TSA’s five satellite spaces touches on ideas around memory, touch, power and belief, plumbing the personal and the political.
Through September 30
Oli Rodriguez: Papi
Working across photography, performance, archives and other disciplines, SAIC alum Oli Rodriguez poignantly explores family and queerness.
Opens June 19