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  • Bold form: The buildings of Pritzker juror Alejandro Aravena in Santiago

    Bold form: The buildings of Pritzker juror Alejandro Aravena in Santiago
    One in a series of dispatches by Carolina A. Miranda on the art and architecture of Chile.
  • In Lucas Museum fight, preservationists are protecting parking lots

     In Lucas Museum fight, preservationists are protecting parking lots
    "They paved paradise, put up a parking lot," goes the folksy Joni Mitchell tune. The great irony is that a litigious group of local preservationists is waging a legal battle to protect parking lots ... from an art museum. Not to mention, it's well-...

    Midcentury modern masterpieces can be a tough sell

    Midcentury modern masterpieces can be a tough sell
    All was peaceful Thursday in the deep ravine next to the modernist house made famous by the 1986 film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." The sun's rays sliced between bare trees. A stream fed by melting snow gurgled quietly. Above the waters, perched atop...

    Sonnenzimmer continues to rise in Chicago art world

    Sonnenzimmer continues to rise in Chicago art world
    Just off Irving Park Road in North Center, on one of those lonesome industrial strips where the bricks and mortar blend effortlessly with the overcast Chicago afternoon, there is a building you cannot enter, you are not invited to visit and you would...

    Historic citrus greenhouse in Lake County was early work of Marina City architect

    Historic citrus greenhouse in Lake County was early work of Marina City architect
    If you know Marina City — the iconic cylindrical towers on the Chicago River tackled last fall by wire walker Nik Wallenda — then you have seen the work of Bertrand Goldberg. The late Chicago architect's 20th-century work is also seen in...