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DePaul Art Museum's new 15,200-square-foot three-story building, which opened in September 2011, reflects DePaul's broad commitment to the arts through provocative exhibitions that rotate every six to eight weeks. The gallery is renowned for its...more
This small museum has very interesting exhibits. When I visited it, they had three exhibitions, from which I really enjoyed two of them. It is located very near to Fullerton station on Red line and it is free of charge.
Depending on the exhibits open at the time, this small museum may be worth a visit.
It's located conveniently at the Fullerton Red Line CTA stop and easy to get to.
The problem is that the Art Institute and other local museums dwarf it my...More
Stopped by spontaneously on a Thursday around 6pm and there were only a couple other visitors. Just steps away from tje red line. You can easily see everthing in under an hour, but consider lingering to view some of the video installations. Incredible that the...More
This small museum does more for Chicago Imagists than the city's big museums and even the one founded to showcase Chicago art. It's a nice space, well lit with the art respectfully displayed. Any show there is well worth a visit.
De Paul Art Museum is near the Red Line by Wrigley Field & in front of the bus stop to the Lincoln Park Zoo. We just walked by it & decided to peek in because it was free. Definitely worth a stop in if you...More
The DePaul Art Museum in my humble opinion is very under utilized. There are fascinating pieces here that change frequently. They also provide a slate for their art students to showcase their many talents as well. Do yourself a favor and visit this the next...More
Looking for a destination for a walk on a Saturday - we chose the DePaul Art Museum. It is 2.5 miles from our home and a nice walk up Lincoln Avenue. There were two exhibits - one of a very large camera within a semi...More
Saw a nice exhibition about soil and the human relationship to the soil. The exhibition was very good, and the people working at the gallery (the "guards" in the rooms) were very knowledgable and happy to help or just talk about the art.