Chicago TribuneNew Art Institute show highlights the eclectic, tumultuous 1930sChicago TribuneThe Art Institute of Chicago's upcoming exhibition "America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s" features 50 pieces that offer a glimpse into that turbulent time. The works, on display at the museum from Sunday to Sept. 18, juxtapose the nation's ...New to the Art Institute: Famous paintings—on its ticketsCrain's Chicago Businessall 2 news articles » > read whole article

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