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Reviews about Art Institute of Chicago

Tiramisu8511

5/5
Reviewed on 15 Mar 2017

The Chicago Museum of Art, one of the top ten museums with the largest number of Chinese cultural relics overseas, has a rich collection of porcelain. Like Glaude Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh are in ah, every time I come to leave. Every time I come to the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, there are amazing collections, not to mention touring exhibitions, which are the best masters.

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Hanyang44
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5/5
Reviewed on 21 Jun 2017
5/5
It would be a pity not to go to the Museum of the Chicago Academy of Art in Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago is located in downtown Chicago, on Michigan Avenue, across the street from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. To the north of the museum is Millennium Park, with footbridges, and to the south are Grant Park and Buckingham Fountain. The Art Institute of Chicago Museum of Art, the old building facing the street is a Victorian style building, simple and elegant, with two bronze lions in front of the door, powerful and vigorous. Whenever the Chicago Hockey Team (Chicago Black Hawk) and the Rugby Team (Chicago Bear) reach the final, the Bronze Lion is put on his jersey. Don't be surprised to see the copper lions on both sides of the museum door dressed. The new building is a modern style building. The new building is connected with the old one. The new building has a side door leading to Millennium Park. The Art Institute of Chicago Museum of Art has hundreds of galleries, galleries and galleries. The collection of exhibits is extremely rich. It mainly collects works of art from Europe and the United States. It also collects works of art from China, India, Japan, South Korea, Africa and Latin America. The collection of Asian museums is rich and contains many precious works. Exhibits include paintings, sculptures, photography, textile works of art, architecture, interior furniture, etc. Paintings and sculptures are the main works. They are famous for collecting a large number of works of Impressionist and post-Impressionist masters as well as American works of art. Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso and many other masterpieces are displayed to the public in this artistic palace. There are also modern works of art, and once there was a display of modern behavioral art. Note: Flash lights are not allowed to be used for photography, and answering and dialing mobile phones must be in the corridor without exhibits. Because the photos left by netizens are mostly masterpieces of Western masters, I put some pictures of exhibits related to China. Most of the photos uploaded by netizens are from the front door. I upload a side door. Then upload a picture of the queue at the main entrance. The queue is long and crowded, but it's faster (about 20 minutes). The Art Institute of Chicago Museum of Art costs $25 for adults (September 2016), $19 for students and elderly people over 65, and free for children under 12. There are often free visits (specific free time is posted on the official website of the Chicago Academy of Art Museum, often on Thursday). Because the Art Institute of Chicago is located in the busiest part of the city, transportation is very convenient. Take the Brown Line, Green Line, Orange Line, Pink Line and Purple Line to Adams/Wabash Station and walk eastward for a street. Take the subway red line and get off at Monroe Station. Walk eastward for two blocks. There's a parking lot just below Michigan Avenue near the museum. Of course, parking fees are high.
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