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Art Institute of Chicago

What’s in Store for Patron, Chicago’s Newest Gallery

by Robin Dluzen on June 5, 2015
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An interview with dealers Emanuel Aguilar and Julia Fischbach on their new venture.

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Art Museums Might Become More Diverse, Thanks to the Mellon Foundation

by Corinna Kirsch on January 6, 2014
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Are art museums far too white? Well, yes.

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If Harvey Danger Painted: Debating the Merits of the One-Work Show

by Reid Singer on September 16, 2011
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There’s something rather extraordinary about the amount of money MoMA will have spent on de Kooning: a Retrospective, which opens to the general public the day after tomorrow. Taking into account the money spent on borrowing, transporting, and insuring the paintings in the show (which experts value at more than $4 billion), it stands among the most expensive in the museum’s history. Happy as I am to see a show like this go up (and I really am), didn’t MoMA just put on an exhibition with many of de Kooning’s paintings? Some of us are wondering if this is really where our membership dues are going.

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Hol Art Books – Blog – Art Institute of Chicago’s partnership with Taschen shows disturbing lack of cultural leadership

by Paddy Johnson on June 20, 2011

Hol Art Books – Blog – Art Institute of Chicago’s partnership with Taschen shows disturbing lack of cultural leadership – I'm really not sure I get what the big deal is about Taschen's presence at AIC. It's not like they are the scourge of the earth. I like the big butt book in this post. 

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Hol Art Books – Blog – Art Institute of Chicago’s partnership with Taschen shows disturbing lack of cultural leadership

by Paddy Johnson on June 20, 2011

Hol Art Books – Blog – Art Institute of Chicago’s partnership with Taschen shows disturbing lack of cultural leadership – I'm really not sure I get what the big deal is about Taschen's presence at AIC. It's not like they are the scourge of the earth. I like the big butt book in this post. 

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