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Top five museums and exhibits | 2011 in review
In 2011, we saw a beautiful new building, a stunning new theater and some extraordinary exhibits.
“Charles James: Genius Deconstructed” at the Chicago History Museum
The history museum peels back the layers of America’s first couturier.
Spread the Word
The rousing vocals of the late, great Mahalia Jackson make up for lackluster presentation.
“Unfinished Business: Arts Education”
Interactives attempt to continue Hull-House’s legacy as a cutting-edge arts-class purveyor by doling out how-tos from some of this city’s hippest artists.
“Adventures in the Soviet Imaginary”
Children’s books from 1930s Soviet Union
“Soul Train Photo Exhibition”
At this Expo 72 exhibition pictures of Chicago’s beloved dance show speak for themselves.
“Deconstructing Stereotypes: Top Ten Truths”
The Mitchell Museum presents a dry look at offensive contemporary American Indian portrayals.
Field Museum’s Pacific collection
With “Whales,” the Field Museum dives into its sordid past.
Grainger Sky Theater
The Adler Planetarium’s new theater is out of this world.
“Who is the Journalist?”
A Northwestern University Library exhibit believes “the golden age of journalism may well be ahead.”