Art Chicago comes back from the dead with new ownership and energy
Almost everything about the fair was better—but where were the collectors?
Few standout sales as the young and up-and-coming benefit from more recreational buyers: Art Chicago 2001
Limited international collectors, but American museums, local collectors, tourists and children out in force
Collector interview: Lew Manilow on art and Chicago
It is fifty years since this collector and essentially American philanthropist was turned on to art while at Harvard. He has been an integral part of the art establishment in Chicago for decades
Too many fairs spoil the market in Chicago
But Blackman's New Pier Show promises well