Imagining Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago’s “Never a Lovely So Real”

Eli Rudavsky reviews the Art Institute of Chicago's recent exhibition, "Never a Lovely So Real."

“The Republican Club”: A Teachable Moment

What might a conversation between student and professor about "The Republican Club" look like?

Art Inside: Painted Windows

For her Art Inside series, Annie Buckley reflects on the Arts Facilitator Training, a program for incarcerated individuals to lead classes for their peers.

Wounds in Time: Why We Need Rothko More Than Ever

Brad Evans on the prescience of Mark Rothko’s work, which “opens up wounds in time.”

Rigo 23 Honors Political Prisoner Leonard Peltier with a Nine-Foot Statue

Portuguese artist Ricardo Gouveia honors Native American activist Leonard Peltier at the Main Museum in DTLA.

Art Inside: Does Art Contribute to Restorative Justice?

In her newest "Art Inside" column, Annie Buckley asks her students whether art can contribute to restorative justice.

America’s Cool Modernism: American Art at the Ashmolean, Oxford

A recent exhibition in Oxford inspires a reflection on how "cool" is a distinctly American trait and the impact of America's cool modernism art movement.