Carrie Mae Weems: A Land of Broken Dreams
(Logan Center Gallery)
Part of the multi-site “Toward Common Cause” exhibition, Weems’ installation reconsiders programs for youth run by the Chicago chapter of the Black Panther Party.
Through December 12
What Flies But Never Lands?
(Chicago Cultural Center)
An in-depth group exhibition, curated by Minh Nguyen, considering moments in time that might otherwise be overlooked.
Through September 5
Some Type of Way
Culminating a three-month residency, eight Chicago artists explore their thoughts during the pandemic; a large-scale sculpture by titan Arthur Jafa is also on view.
Through August 8
Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, Flim-Flam
(Corbett vs. Dempsey)
Through works on paper, sculpture and textile, the artist expands her conception of painting, using repetition and color to create new connections.
Through August 7
For his U.S. debut, the Japanese artist shows a new body of work, paintings and bronze sculptures, that hint at the ephemeral nature of the moment.
Through August 14