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  • Correction: Sotheby's-Spring Art Auction story

    In a May 12 story about the Sotheby's Spring art auction, The Associated Press erroneously reported the estimate of the value of pop and contemporary artwork donated by philanthropist Stefan Edlis to the Art Institute of Chicago. It is about $400 million, not $40 million.
  • Charles Ray's aluminum sculpture on display at Art Institute

    The first major exhibition of Charles Ray's work opens at the Art Institute of Chicago this week. "Charles Ray: Sculpture, 1997-2014," features 18 works of the Chicago-born sculptor. It opens Friday on the second floor of the Modern Wing. It will run...

    14 ways to secure 'favorite' status this Mother's Day

    14 ways to secure 'favorite' status this Mother's Day
    Let someone else cut off the crusts on Mother's Day. It's the most popular brunch day of the year, according to the National Restaurant Association. But that's not the only way, or day, to make mom feel like the queen she really is. From mimosas to...

    Parlez-vous French music? The CSO does, festively so

    Parlez-vous French music? The CSO does, festively so
    Not since the Jean Martinon era has the Chicago Symphony Orchestra enjoyed a particularly strong identification with French music. The orchestra's necessarily central allegiance to the Austro-German symphonic tradition has had much to do with that. So...

    Obama library will be prime architectural commission

     Obama library will be prime architectural commission
    It's destined to be Chicago's architectural commission of the decade, a building that gives physical form to the soaring ideals of the nation's first African-American president. Which begs the question: Who will design it? In the run-up to next...