Chicago is not a new art destination.
It was the birthplace of the American Renaissance, the founding of the Chicago School of Fine Arts, and of the fine art world.
It is home to some of the most renowned and iconic art collections of all time.
But now that Chicago is a city of art lovers, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find the art you love in this great city.
Here are some of our favorite art galleries, galleries, museums, and events in the United States.1.
ARTIE: CHICAGO ART CENTER The Artie Gallery in Chicago is one of the oldest art galleries in the world.
Built in 1894, it was renovated in 2000 to become one of Chicago’s best museums.
Located in the city’s West Loop, the Artie is home for over 150 contemporary art works.
It also features a large collection of works from across the world, including works by Damien Hirst, Damien Huesca, and David Hockney.
The Arties collection includes works by Hirst and Huesa, plus works by Svetlana Kuznetsova, Ksenia Guseva, and others.2.
BOSTON ART & SCIENCE COLLEGE: PORTLAND ART AND SCIENCE CENTER Located on the University of Oregon campus, the Boston Art & Science Center is a world-renowned art museum.
With more than 500 galleries and galleries of art and sculpture in its collection, the BOSTon Art & Sci is the largest independent art collection in the nation.
The collection features more than 1,000 works from the worlds of contemporary art, design, and architecture.
BTS has a full-time staff of more than 300 artists, many of whom are international artists.
In addition to art, BTS also hosts the BTS Summer Showcase, which features an annual outdoor performance of new, experimental, and original works by Portland artists.3.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK: NEW YORK ART CENTRE The Columbia University Art Center (CUBA) was established in 1968 to foster the art and science of art.
The center has more than 250,000 square feet of space and a collection of more of the world’s finest art, including work by such international artists as Andy Warhol, Giorgio Moroder, and Pablo Picasso.
The CUBA also hosts a museum that features more of art than most museums in the country.
The largest private collection in New York City, the museum is the third largest in the U.S. The museum is open to the public every weekend.
The main museum is located on the third floor of the building.4.
PORTMAN-DICKSON: THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL OF THE ART AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE WORLD: THE ART OF BETH BECKMADER Located in Portman, Ohio, the John Marshall-Dickson School of the Art and Development of the World is a leading university art school in the Midwest.
It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in fine arts and design.
The school has more art museums and programs than any other in the state.5.
CHICA VISTA ART & SPIRITUAL DESIGN CENTER: CHICKASAW CITY ART CENTE Located in Chickasaw, Indiana, the Chichagocas Art & Spirituality Design Center is home of the Chia-Vida Festival, an annual gathering of artisans and artists.
Founded in 2000, the festival offers more than 200 local artists a chance to showcase their work.
The event is held at the annual annual Chia Vida Festival in South Bend, Indiana.
The art collection includes more than 100 pieces from around the world including works from H. M. S. Lewis, Damien Chagall, Richard Wagner, and more.6.
THE PORT OF LAS VEGAS ART & TECHNOLOGY CENTER, LAS VIENNA: The PORT of Las Vegas Art & Technology Center is the oldest and largest art collection of its kind in the Americas.
The building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the founder of the architectural firm of Wright, Arpels & Pritchard, and opened in 1962.
Located just east of Las Cruces, the PORT features a museum dedicated to architecture, including the Wright-designed Wright Ranch and the Las Vegas Museum of Art.
The POTM was designed to be a cultural center for Las Vegas.7.
BALTIMORE ART CENTERS: NEW BRUNSWICK: BALTIME ART & DEVELOTION CENTER Baltimore is home the largest and most prominent art collection on the East Coast.
The city’s largest art museum is housed in the historic Art Museum, which is operated by the Baltimore Art Museum.
The Museum has more galleries, displays, and programs of contemporary, contemporary, and contemporary art than any art museum in the entire United States and