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PICASSO AND CHICAGO
The Art Institute celebrates its 100th year of showing the artist’s work by opening a new exhibition of more than 250 Picassos from collections throughout the city.
2/20–5/12 It’s now been 100 years since the AIC showed Picasso’s work at the 1913 Armory. To celebrate this centennial, and the long interest in Picasso’s visual inventions, the museum is exhibiting more than 250 works from its own holdings and from private collections. Open Mon–Wed, Fri–Sun 10:30–5; Thu 10:30–8. Free (kids under 14) to $18. 111 S Michigan. artic.edu.
Photograph: Head of a Woman (Fernande), 1909, bronze, Alfred Stieglitz Collection/courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago