Chicago Cultural Center Exhibition Portrays Life, Writings and Architecture of Louis Sullivan, One of Chicago’s Most Famous Architects
— Through May 2
In Louis Sullivan’s Idea, Chicago artist Chris Ware and cultural historian Tim Samuelson present an
installation of photographs, drawings, documents, and artifacts which portray the life, writings, and
architectural works of Louis Sullivan, one of Chicago’s most famous but misunderstood architects.
Chicago Cultural Center, 77 E. Randolph St.
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