CHICAGO — As art lovers head into the holiday season, it’s important to remember that the city has some of the most amazing art exhibitions in the country.
Here are a few ways to find some of your favorites, and perhaps even snag a piece.1.
A New Art Fair in Chicago: The first Chicago Art Fair of the year, the Chicago Art Center’s “A New Art Exhibition” is the biggest and most ambitious showcase of contemporary art in the city.
The show runs through Jan. 25 and runs through Feb. 16, and features nearly 1,200 artists, from New York-based artist Jason Wu to the Dutch artist Willem de Kooning.
This year, Wu is offering a “reinventing art” exhibit, which will feature the work of over 70 artists, as well as some of his most popular pieces, including his most recent, “I Am The Sun.”
It’s also the first time Wu will showcase the work on canvas.
He says his aim is to create a new kind of art experience for Chicagoans.2.
“Museum of Modern Art Chicago: In addition to exhibiting works by some of Chicago’s best and most innovative artists, the museum also offers tours of Chicago, as part of its ongoing commitment to connect Chicago with the world.”3.
The Chicago Museum of Art: The museum’s “Museo” is an immersive, interactive experience, with over 400 works of art on display, including the world’s largest permanent collection of ancient and contemporary art.
The exhibits are curated by artist and curator Richard T. Morgan, and include works by Picasso, Picasso Jr., Banksy, Cezanne, Banksy and the late Edward Hopper.4.
The Whitney Museum of American Art: While the Whitney is known for its vast collections of fine art, it also has some really interesting and interesting shows happening.
In particular, the Whitney Biennial is one of the largest, most ambitious exhibitions of contemporary American art in North America.
This biennial includes works by contemporary artists such as Adrienne Rich, David Brin, Alex Ross, Robert Altman and more.5.
Art Museum of Chicago: “The Art Museum’s Chicago Biennial celebrates the history and art of Chicago through a unique collection of new works by local, regional and national artists.”6.
Chicago Art Institute: The institute offers tours, classes and events that are free to attend.7.
Art Center Chicago: Chicago has one of those arts scenes that are so much more than just galleries.
This is the place where Chicago artists make art and have their works shown.
The Art Center offers free workshops and seminars on a wide range of topics, including how to create an artistically satisfying show, how to start a gallery, and how to sell your work.8.
The National Gallery of Art Chicago, New York: The NGA Chicago is a gallery dedicated to the arts and education.
It opened in 2013 and is now home to more than 600 artists, many of whom are artists from all over the world.
The NFA Chicago has a wide variety of exhibitions and programs that are aimed at artists of all backgrounds, including some that are for kids.9.
Chicago Center for the Arts, Chicago: This arts center offers free lectures, workshops, and exhibitions that are open to the public.10.
New Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago/New Museum of Fine Arts: This Chicago institution is focused on the American arts.
Its mission is to preserve and share American culture through exhibitions and lectures.
The museum also provides exhibitions and workshops to the Chicago community.11.
Lincoln Center for Art and Design, Chicago and the Art Institute of Chicago Chicago: Lincoln Center is an important place for Chicago to find its own identity and learn from other places in the world about its own history.
Its exhibitions are among the largest in the U.S. The Lincoln Center also offers educational programs.
The museums in these two locations are home to major exhibitions, as are the Art Museum and the National Gallery.12.
Art Institute Chicago: With a massive collection of art, the Art Center of Chicago is known as a place where a museum can go on a massive scale and have its own mission.
The institute has recently expanded its offerings, and recently unveiled a new collection of more than 60 works.
It is also home to an extensive library of art.