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Artnet rounds up Chicago gallery and museum exhibitions.
The Chicago Tribune reviews an exhibition of Bloomsbury artists at the Block Museum of Art.
Missing Chicago State University sculpture turns up in state legislature's office.
The New York Times profiles Chicago photographer Anna Shteynshleyger, who has an exhibition at the Renaissance Society.
River North gallery closes, and dealer becomes private.
Chicago shelves artist-in-residence project.
Explore the vortex of the Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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The Chicago Tribune reviews Italics at the Museum of Contemporary Art and talks to Art Institute director James Cuno.
Time Out Chicago reviews shows on view during the conference: postwar Italian art at MOCA, science and religion in contemporary art at Glass Curtain, and “actions” in urban spaces at the Graham Foundation.
Chicago artist sues art-supply store.
Liz Nielson writes on Chicago apartment galleries.
Pedro Vélez visits Open Studios at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Anna McCullough Tyler, a Chicago-based artist and art historian, has died.
Chicago's architectural community is devastated by the recession.
Ken Tyburski appointed creative director of NEXT, a Chicago art fair of emerging art.
Artnet reports on SOFA Chicago and area gallery shows.
Fred Sandback exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery reviewed.
Dawoud Bey on the passing of photographer Roy DeCarava.
The University of Chicago unveils plans for its new arts center.
Aqua, the world’s tallest building designed by a female architect, nears completion.
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign to close I Space, its Chicago gallery.
The Chicago Art Map, a comprehensive website for the Chicago art scene, has launched.
Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago wins a Chicago Innovation Award.
Ruth Duckworth, a Chicago modernist sculptor, has died.
Storefront galleries pop up in Chicago
Allan Sekula exhibition at the Renaissance Society is reviewed .
Bad at Sports: Chicago needs a first-class art critic.
Newcity Art reviews recently opened shows of work by Molly Springfield, Doug Ischar, and William Staples, and exhibitions at the Loyola University Museum of Art and Intuit Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art.
View the photo gallery of the Chicago Tribune’s favorite fall exhibitions.
Not to be outdone, the Chicago Reader creates its fall art guide.
Fall preview of the Chicago Tribune’s must-see shows.
Alternative Chicago galleries thrive.
What will Chicago look like in the future?
Milo M. Naeve, former American art curator at the Art Institute of Chicago, dies.
Gropius architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology is in danger.
Chicago gallery owners talk about surviving the recession.

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