Scholars and artists on the complex history of Chicago’s public art [Audio]

Art, Publics, Politics: Legacies of the Wall of Respect was a symposium held at the Block Museum on April 28 and 29, 2017.  Presented in partnership between the Block Museum of Art and the Northwestern University Department of Art History the two day event brought together artists and scholars of the generations that followed the […]

Public Art in Chicago

Chicago is a world-class city for public art. Block Museum members, staff, and special guests recently visited some of the city’s most artful spots. The tour spanned the length of the city, from Rogers Park to Bronzeville. The works featured were equally diverse, ranging from a Marion Mahony Griffin mural situated within an elementary school, to the famous Picasso […]