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CHICAGO | Billionaire real estate mogul Sam Zell and his wife, Helen, have donated $10 million to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
To say that artist and instructor David Klamen has shared gallery space with some pretty prominent figures over the course of his career might be putting it mildly.
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Life was a pop-culture playground in the '80s, with up-and-coming artists seesawing between fluffy froth and grim realities, an imbalance evidenced by a new exhibit at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art.
Like, the 1980s were totally awesome. We wanted our MTV. We tuned into "Three's Company" and "Diff'rent Strokes" and forked over $3 to see "Porky's" at the movies.
Don't worry, kid, if you look like a young Adam Sandler. Adolescence is hard for everyone.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Whimsical cats and performing seals. Spiraling spiders and flying fish. You can view artist Alexander Calder's three-dimensional representation of such animals when the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park at Governors State University hosts a July 17 trip to Alexander Calder and …
Alexander Calder's "Flamingo" in Chicago's downtown Federal Plaza will be one of the artworks visited on a tour of Calder's work in Chicago, including the Museum of Contemporary Art organized by Governors State University's Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park.
He put art in motion. Yet sculptor Alexander Calder, who invented the mobile in 1931, balanced engineering and modernism with joie de vivre.
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