DCASE Exhibitions
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2017 Year of Public Art Chicago

 


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Garland Gallery, Chicago Rooms, Yates Gallery & Exhibit Hall:

  • Monday–Thursday, 10am–7pm
  • Friday–Sunday, 10am–6pm

Chicago Cultural Center, Landmark Chicago Gallery & Michigan Avenue Galleries:

  • Monday–Thursday, 9am–7pm
  • Friday, 9am–6pm
  • Saturday, 9am–6pm
  • Sunday, 10am–6pm

Closed Holidays, except:

  • Lincoln's Birthday (Feb. 13),
    9am-7pm
  • Pulaski Day (Mar. 6), 9am-7pm
  • Easter (Apr. 16), 10am-6pm
  • Columbus Day (Oct. 9), 9am-7pm
  • Veterans' Day (Nov. 10), 9am-6pm

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Chicago Cultural Center Exhibitions Open House

Saturday, February 25, 10am-6pm

The Chicago Cultural Center is celebrating the Winter/Spring exhibitions dedicated to the Year of Public Art.

 

The Exhibitions Program at the Chicago Cultural Center is committed to organizing and presenting a range of diverse and engaging exhibitions devoted to the visual arts and contemporary culture. Primary among the artists shown are those based in Chicago and the Midwest alongside others from across the U.S. and abroad. Additionally, through regular offerings of artist and curator gallery talks, lectures, panel discussions and events related to current exhibitions, a context is created for understanding recent art and design for a broad audience of residents and visitors to Chicago.

 

 

 

Chicago Cultural Center

78 E. Washington St.

50x50 Invitational / The Subject is Chicago: People, Places, Possibilities (Hey You! Yeah You!) (Alberto Aguilar, Call to Awareness, 2016, Sign paint on butcher paper)

50x50 Invitational / The Subject is Chicago: People, Places, Possibilities

Exhibit Hall, 4th Floor North

Through April 9, 2017

Aram Han Sifuentes (They Tried To Bury Us They Didnt Know We were Seeds pictured)

Artist in Residence: Aram Han Sifuentes

Garland Gallery, 1st Floor South

Through May 17, 2017

Eugene Eda’s Doors for Malcolm X College (Photo by: Lee Bey)

Eugene Eda’s Doors for Malcolm X College

Sidney R. Yates Gallery, 4th Floor North

Through June 25, 2017

The Pride & Perils of Chicago’s Public Art

The Pride & Perils of Chicago’s Public Art

Landmark Chicago Gallery and Randolph Stairs, 1st Floor North

Through July 30, 2017

Nicole Marroquin and Andres L. Hernandez: Historical F(r)ictions

Nicole Marroquin and Andres L. Hernandez: Historical F(r)ictions

Michigan Avenue Galleries, 1st Floor South

February 18–May 7, 2017

The Wall of Respect: Vestiges, Shards and the Legacy of Black Power

The Wall of Respect: Vestiges, Shards and the Legacy of Black Power

Chicago Rooms, 2nd Floor North

February 25–July 30, 2017

Candida Alvarez: Here

Candida Alvarez: Here

Chicago Cultural Center, Exhibit Hall

April 29–August 6, 2017

2nd Chicago Architecture Biennial

2nd Chicago Architecture Biennial

Chicago Cultural Center

September 16, 2017–January 7, 2018

 

Millennium Park

201 E. Randolph St.

Chakaia Booker (PASS THE BUCK 2008, rubber tires & stainless steel)

Chakaia Booker Exhibition

Boeing Galleries

April 30, 2016-April 2018

 

City Gallery in the Historic Water Tower

806 N. Michigan Ave.