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The oldest public library in Chicago, although not part of the city library system.
The oldest public library in Chicago, although not part of the city library system. The collection focuses on the humanities, American and European history, and the age of exploration. Occasional author events are held.
60 West Walton Street, Chicago, IL, United States
Right next to the Water Tower, LUMA is best known for its exhibits on sacred art and architecture, but it occasionally veers into modern art as well, such as an installation of Andy Warhol's silver balloons
Focuses on emerging artists, with an emphasis on contemporary realism, and some African tribal art
Big and very big names from modern and contemporary American and European art, including Millennium Park sculptor Jaume Plensa
Pre and post-war American art, particularly 1930-1949
Consistently one of the most intriguing galleries in the area, with playful, well-displayed paintings and sculpture both local and from Russia
Fascinating contemporary art, mostly abstract and representational
Artistic and documentary photography from America and Europe
Contemporary glass sculptures
Known for their inventive, acrobatic shows; their repertory production of 'Lookingglass Alice' is a knock-out
In 1871, when Mrs