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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.

Luis A. Sahagun: Both Eagle and Serpent

Luis A. Sahagun: Both Eagle and Serpent

Michigan Avenue Galleries, 1st Floor East

February 1–April 26

In Flux: Chicago Artists and Immigration

In Flux: Chicago Artists and Immigration

Exhibit Hall, 4th Floor North

February 15–May 10

Belkis Ayón, Nlloro, 1991, Collograph

NKAME: A Retrospective of
Cuban Printmaker Balkis Ayón
(1967–1999)

Sidney R. Yates Gallery, 4th Floor North

February 29–May 24

Jin Lee: Views & Scenes (Salt Mountain pictured)

Jin Lee: Views & Scenes

Chicago Rooms, 2nd Floor North

June 8–August 2

Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford: League of Nations

Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford: League of Nations

Chicago Rooms, 2nd Floor North

September 5, 2020–January 5, 2021

Chicago Architecture Biennial Installations

Chicago Architecture Biennial Installations

Various Locations

Ongoing

 

 

Expo 72

72 E. Randolph St.

TBA

 

 

Millennium Park

201 E. Randolph St.

 

“When we call the Earth by way of distinction a planet and the Moon a satellite, we should consider whether we do not, in a certain sense, mistake the matter. Perhaps - and not unlikely - the Moon is the planet and the Earth the satellite! Are we not a larger moon to the Moon, than she is to us?” by Christine Tarkowski (Photo by Georgia Hampton)“When we call the Earth by way of distinction a planet and the Moon a satellite, we should consider whether we do not, in a certain sense, mistake the matter. Perhaps - and not unlikely - the Moon is the planet and the Earth the satellite! Are we not a larger moon to the Moon, than she is to us?” by Christine Tarkowski

Through Fall 2021

6am–11pm

Boeing Gallery South

 

Screenhouse by Edra Soto (Photo by Georgia Hampton)Screenhouse by Edra Soto

Through Fall 2021

6am–11pm

Boeing Gallery North

 

 

 

City Gallery in the Historic Water Tower

806 N. Michigan Ave.

 

Growing Community

Through May 31, 2020

 

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Building Hours:

  • Monday–Friday, 10am–7pm
  • Saturday–Sunday, 10am–5pm

Exhibitions close 15 minutes before the building closes

Closed Holidays


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