A diverse array of works reveal the hidden histories of revolutionary women.
Fake’s architectonic abstractions lay bare our inveterate insides.
This handsome tome boasts an expansive array scholarship on the art history of Chicago and interviews with artists, curators, historians and other cultural workers.
As ARC Gallery turns forty-five this fall, current and former members reflect on the legacy and present of Chicago’s longest-running feminist alternative space.
Subtle gestures and silent citations attempt to make meaning from the vagaries of neoliberal labor and commerce.
Sculpture and installation flourish as Chicago welcomes cooler climes.
In a gallery-wide installation, a resident artist weaves disposable plastics into markers of time and materials of intimacy
Two critics highlight EXPO 2018.
Browsing through EXPO 2018, a critic questions the coherency of the modern and contemporary art fair.
An economic eye on this year’s EXPO Chicago, weighing the social good of art against the cost of owning it.