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Art Institute of Chicago

Art Institute of Chicago

chicagogeek:

Portrait of architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe standing in the stairwell of the Arts Club of Chicago, ca. 1952.
In the 1990s a developer bought the famous Mies-designed clubhouse’s property and demolished the entire block to make way for a movie complex and shopping center. The Arts Club reused the Mies van der Rohe steel staircase (seen in the above photo) in their new building, which is their seventh location.
(Photographer: Harry Callahan)

chicagogeek:

Portrait of architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe standing in the stairwell of the Arts Club of Chicago, ca. 1952.

In the 1990s a developer bought the famous Mies-designed clubhouse’s property and demolished the entire block to make way for a movie complex and shopping center. The Arts Club reused the Mies van der Rohe steel staircase (seen in the above photo) in their new building, which is their seventh location.

(Photographer: Harry Callahan)

Peter Saul, Shicago Justus (Chicago Justice) from Conspiracy: The Artist as Witness, 1971

Peter Saul, Shicago Justus (Chicago Justice) from Conspiracy: The Artist as Witness, 1971

Chicago Police officer Detlef Summerfield counts the defaced pieces of an art installation of human figures in Grant Park called “Borders.”

Chicago Police officer Detlef Summerfield counts the defaced pieces of an art installation of human figures in Grant Park called “Borders.”

installator:

Gerhard RIchter (Kunstmuseum Winterthur) [January 2014]

installator:

Gerhard RIchter (Kunstmuseum Winterthur) [January 2014]

Permanent Food

Permanent Food

Here are Eli and Edye Broad with [Mike] Kelley in 1997 (via)

Here are Eli and Edye Broad with [Mike] Kelley in 1997 (via)

Mrs. Barlow

Mrs. Barlow

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
Morris Louis, ‘Hot Half’, 1962

Morris Louis, ‘Hot Half’, 1962

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