In spring and summer of 2013, the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago offers a unique chance to explore the intricate biology and physiology of some of the world’s most spectacular creatures in "Animal Inside Out, a BODY WORLDS Production."
Marc Chagall's "The Passover Feast (from The Bible Series)," 1957, is a hand-colored etching that is part of the exhibit "Graven Images: Marc Chagall's Bible Illustrations." | © 2013 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
"Mutiny on the Amistad" from the exhibit "Rising Up: Hale Woodruff's Talladega Murals" at the Chicago Cultural Center.
"The Vision of Isaiah (from The Bible Series), 1957" by Marc Chagall is from the exhibit "Graven Images: Marc Chagall's Bible Illustrations" | © 2013 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
This Nina Ricci (France) cocktail ensemble is from the fall/winter 1987–88 collection and is part of the exhibit "Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair" at the Chicago History Museum.
The Hall of Bulls, North Wall, contains 36 images of bulls, horses and stag. One bull measures 17 feet long. The image is part of "Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux" at The Field Museum. | © LRMH
"Storyland: A Trip Through Childhood Favorites" at Kohl Children's Musuem brings visitors into the world of seven beloved picture books with interactive components designed to engage children and adults in literacy activities.
Tony Tasset's 1995 image is part of "The Way of the Shovel: Art as Archaeology" at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
"Crust Ring, 2011" by Chris Bradley is from the exhibit "A Study in Midwestern Appropriation" at the Hyde Park Art Center.
"Ready, Pet, Go!" runs March 22 to Sept. 15. at the Chicago Children's Museum.
Glow in the dark flashlight fish? There’s an exhibit for that. Indian rickshaws and ripped canvases? There’s an exhibit for those, too. In 2013, Chicago’s museums mount exhibitions to sate almost any interest. For starters, the Art Institute of Chicago rolls out the big guns: …