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Tens of thousands of extraordinary artworks have joined our collection of Arts of Asia over the past century. We celebrate its centenary with a look at some of the spectacular works and key figures that have shaped the collection. Learn more in the article "100 Years of Arts of Asia." (Link in bio)

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This limestone head from the island of Cyprus has features that are common to marble sculptures carved in Greece before 500 BCE. These features include almond-shaped eyes, the ringlets framing his upper face, the rows of snail-shell curls stacked in layers to form his beard, which juts out from his chin, and a faint smile. Located in the eastern Mediterranean off the coast of Asia, Cyprus was a major center of maritime commerce. Along with goods, ideas were also exchanged there. The sculptor of this head may have visited Greece or otherwise known about earlier Greek art, which inspired this sculpture. See "Head of a Bearded Man" among the ancient objects on view in Gallery 151.

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Associated with the Surrealist movement in both Europe and the Americas, Kurt Seligmann had wide-ranging and unique interests—from medieval heraldry, magic and the occult, to Native American art—which drove his prolific artistic endeavors in painting, engraving, and writing. The Art Institute's unparalleled collection holds 41 artworks by Seligmann, including five paintings created using the German folk technique of 'hinterglasmalerei,' or painting on the reverse side of glass. See the largest of these works on glass, "The Dance" (1940)—recently conserved and on view for the first time—in Gallery 395. Learn more at the link in our bio.

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Today is #MuseumSelfieDay! We've loved seeing photos from everyone who visited our Barbara Kruger exhibition! See the show at the Art Institute before it closes this Monday (January 24). Learn more at the link in our bio.

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JANUARY 20 at 5:30 (CDT)—Virtual Conversation: Ray Johnson c/o Hear exhibition curators discuss "Ray Johnson c/o" as we explore the life of “New York’s most famous unknown artist,” known for his meticulous collages, his foundational role in the development of mail art, and his early proximity to movements such as Pop, Fluxus, and Conceptual Art. This program is free with registration. Register at the link in our bio.

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Celadon, or green-glazed, stoneware is one of the greatest achievements of Korea’s Goryeo dynasty (918–1392). Join us as we take a closer look at an extraordinary example in "Vase (Maebyong) with Clouds, Flying Cranes, and Children amid Bamboo"—the latest episode of our Art Institute Essentials series.

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Today marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as we honor and celebrate the legacy of the great civil rights leader whose words and actions still inspire us today. Dr. King moved to Chicago with his family in early 1966, into a building in the North Lawndale neighborhood. He joined a major campaign—the Chicago Freedom Movement—which sought to raise awareness about the impoverished living conditions of African Americans and other minorities as a result of the city's discriminatory housing practices. They urged change through non-violent action, including protest marches and boycotts. The Chicago Freedom Movement's campaign for open housing in the face of systemic racial segregation culminated on August 5, 1966, during a march in the all-white neighborhood of Marquette Park. This press photograph captures a pivotal moment when Dr. King was struck in the back of the head by a rock, as demonstrators were met with racially fueled violence. Cameras and news reporters captured the attacks on peaceful protesters, which served as a catalyst for change and elicited sympathy and support from Americans across the country. On April 11, 1968—one week after Dr. King was assassinated—president Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Title VIII, known as the Fair Housing Act, banning housing discrimination under federal law.

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If you or someone you know is an undergraduate/graduate student or recent graduate who has been looking for ways to begin their museum career, check out our summer 2022 internship opportunities—now recruiting through February 14. Meet some of the future movers and shakers of the ever-changing art museum world—in the wide-ranging interview, "Emerging Voices: Listening to Our Interns." (Link in bio)

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NOW OPEN—"The Golden Age of Kabuki Prints" The Kabuki theater district of 18th-century Edo (modern-day Tokyo) was one of the centers of urban life. At the theater, people could escape the rigid confines of a society controlled by the shogunal government and watch their favorite actors perform in dramas, often tales of murder, revenge, infamy, jealousy, and, sometimes even, redemption. The drama of Kabuki theater was most successfully conveyed in the prints of the Katsukawa School of artists because they captured the individual characteristics of each actor. Kabuki actors were the celebrities of their time, and prints depicting them found an eager audience in their fans. Learn more at the link in our bio.

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"A Sunday on La Grande Jatte — 1884" is on the move at the Art Institute! Seurat's monumental painting receives a new frame before it returns to a refreshed space in Gallery 240. See it back on view starting January 27.

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FREE ADMISSION for all Illinois residents—every weekday now through March 17 This Monday (January 17) marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Bring the family to the Art Institute and visit favorites from our permanent collection, tour special exhibitions, and explore art-making activities in the newly transformed Ryan Learning Center. Reserve free tickets at the link in our bio—or at artic.edu/visit

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FINAL DAYS—Barbara Kruger Barbara Kruger's bold and provocative work transforms space throughout the museum in this career-spanning "anti-retrospective"—now through January 24. Don't miss this once-in-a-generation show, presenting art from "one of this country’s most uncompromising conceptual artists" (@washingtonpost) and "a loud conceptualist whose straightforward work takes on full power the more it iterates in the world." (@nytimes) "By some measures, Barbara Kruger might be the most influential artist working today." (@theartnewspaper.official) Buy tickets or find more information through the link in our bio.

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