Chicago Fall Arts Calendar of Exhibitions and Events for 2016

Chicago Fall Arts Calendar of Exhibitions and Events for 2016
The Richard H. Driehaus Museum | With a Wink and a Nod: Cartoonists of the Gilded

EXPO ART WEEK ushers in Chicago’s Fall Art Season kicking off with tonight’s citywide gallery walks and EXPO CHICAGO.

Here are Exhibition and Event Highlights for the Fall Season

The Arts Club of Chicago | The Arts Club of Chicago at 100 celebrating the centennial anniversary and featuring highlights from the permanent collection and special projects by Sonnenzimmer and Luftwerk

Art Institute of Chicago | Abstract/Object; The New Contemporary; Aleksandr Zhitomirsky; Master Drawings Unveiled: 25 Years of Major Acquisitions; Juan Muñoz: Thirteen Laughing at each Other; Ragnar Kjartansson & The National’s A Lot of Sorrow

Bon Appétit presents Chicago Gourmet | “Food Is Art!”—exploring the vibrant connections food has to art of many kinds, September 24, 25, Millennium Park

Chicago Artists Coalition | The Annual: An Exhibition of new Chicago Art (through September 29)

Chicago Cultural Center | Paul Catanese: Visible From Space; Parsons & Charlesworth: Spectacular Vernacular; Procession: the Art of Norman Lewis

City Gallery in the Historic Water Tower | Maria Pinto: 25 Years

Columbia College Chicago | Wabash Corridor Mural Tour (September 23)

DePaul Art Museum | On Space and Place: Contemporary Art from Chicago, Mexico City, Los Angeles, and Vancouver featuring artists from the upcoming season of ART21

Dose Market | Monthly marketplace devoted to showcasing the finest designers, chefs, makers, bakers, entrepreneurs and artists (September 25) 401 N. Morgan

Ed Paschke Art Center | Wasalu Jaco (Opening Reception | September 23)

Elmhurst Art Museum and Mies Van der Rohe’s McCormick House | Art of Science Learning; BLOW UP: Inflatable Contemporary Art

Eye on India | Xenophilia (Conversation and Closing Reception | September 24)

Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago | Our New System: Christa Donner Solo Exhibition

Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago | No Borders: Contemporary Latin American Cinema (Screening | September 3–December 13)

Graham Foundation | Every Building in Baghdad: The Rifat Chadirji Archives at the Arab Image Foundation

Kavi Gupta | Roger Brown: Pop Artist (Panel Discussion | September 24)

Hyde Park Art Center | Front & Center: 2016 center Program Final Exhibition; Ground Floor: A biennial exhibition of emerging Chicago artists

Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outside Art | Post Black Folk Art in America

Jane Addams Hull House | VOX POP: The Disco Party

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers | Vintage Couture Auction (September 13), Asian Works of Art Auction Preview (September 23, 25), Asian Works of Art Auction (September 26)

Lo Schermo dell’Arte | World Premiere of Luca Trevisani “Sudan” and Screening of Alfredo Jaar “The Ashes of Pasolini” (Screening | September 24)

Loyola University Museum of Art | Marcella Hackbardt: True Confessionals; Power and Piety: Spanish Colonial Art

The Art Collection at Vista Residencies | A curated exhibition of Chicago’s top artists presented in partnership with Magellan Development Group and EXPO CHICAGO

Millennium Park | Chakaia Booker (Through April 2018)

Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago | Above, Before & After including works by Edward Krasinski, Alexander Calder, Alfredo Jaar and Bruce Nauman; The Propeller Group: based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, The Propeller Group blurs the boundaries between fine art and media production; Witness: Photographic works from the 1960s–the 2000s; The Making of a Fugitive; BMO Harris Bank Chicago Works: Andrew Yang; MCA Screen: Camille Henrot

Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago | Petcoke: Tracing Dirty Energy

Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park | Don’t Tread on Me: Sculpture by Chakaia Booker

National Museum of Mexican Art | Contemplations: Dan Ramirez Works from the Permanent Collection; Oscar Moya: a solo exhibition; Nuestras Historias–Stories of Mexican Identity from the Permanent Collection; #30 Día de los Muertos: Journey of the Soul (Exhibition Opening | September 23)

Neubauer Collegium | Jakob Kolding 5701 | South Woodlawn Avenue

Next Level Badass | Miles Davis and Francine Turk | 2110 S. Wabash

Miles Davis

Miles Davis

Pavilion Antiques | Process: Four Artists in Context | 2055 N Damen Ave.

The Peninsula Chicago and Circa 1881 | Whoville — Selections from the Beth Rudin Dewoody Collection

The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago | Ben Rivers

Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts | Larry Achiampong: OPEN SEASON

The Richard H. Driehaus Museum | With a Wink and a Nod: Cartoonists of the Gilded Age

Smart Museum of Art | There was a Whole Collection Made: Photography from Lester and Betty Guttman; Jessica Stockholder: Rose’s Inclination; Conversations with the Collection: Belonging

stARTup Art Fair | (September 23-25)

The Sullivan Galleries at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago | Painting in Time: Part Two; New Work : an exhibition of current student work curated by graduate student curatorial assistants (Exhibition Opening | September 23)

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art | Dissecting Signifiers—An Artistic Approach to the Urban Landscape

Wright | Art + Design Auction (Auction | September 29)

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