The Intuit Museum embodies Chicago’s longstanding appreciation for self-taught and outsider art.
Federal American Vernacular Portraits, 1790s to 1840s.
Overcoming extraordinary adversity, self-taught artist Winfred Rembert preserved his fraught past in words and in startling images made of tooled and painted leather.
Laurene Krasny Brown shares her seven notes on attending an art fair.
Editor-in-Chief Gregory Cerio discusses the duties and perks of attending art and antique fairs.
The food paintings of the seventeenth-century Dutch artist Clara Peeters helped bring the still life into maturity as a genre.
Two summer exhibitions explore works in the most elusive yet expressive of mediums
Why some antiques and art dealers love it when works they sold once before return to their galleries.
Curator Leslie B. Grigsby describes the wineglass that stole her heart.
Editor-in-Chief Gregory Cerio discusses the creation of the May/June 2023 issue and remembers past culinary-inspired covers in the latest editor’s letter.