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Ken Warneke, The Tyranny of Everyday Life, 1990. (Courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art)

Surrealism is the focus of a show at the Museum of Contemporary Art. We'll get a tour of the weird and the wonderful.

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Surrealism is the focus of a show at the Museum of Contemporary Art. We'll get a tour of the weird and the wonderful.

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It was his 75th birthday. Hundreds attended a VIP event featuring music, belly dancers, and speakers honoring Ed Paschke's life’s work. The public opening of the Ed Paschke Art Center in Jefferson Park drew thousands from the neighborhood. Ed Paschke was celebrated in style. The only thing was, he wasn’t there. Paschke died suddenly about a decade earlier. 

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"See Seven Cities" by Chicago Imagist, Roger Brown

A rich collection of Chicago art is on display at a suburban library. Meet the curator, an accomplished painter who helped shake up the art world in the 1960s.

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"See Seven Cities" by Chicago Imagist, Roger Brown

A rich collection of Chicago art is on display at a suburban library. Meet the curator, an accomplished painter who helped shake up the art world in the 1960s.