Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Art Institute of Chicago

My trip so far has covered quite a fair bit of art museum around the major cities. One of the most famous Art museum in the world is the Art Institute of Chicago. I have read a numerous of good review on this museum and I have set the standard to compared it against Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. In my opinion, this museum is the greatest as it combine both old and modern art under one roof. The interior were well structured as well and the arts were arranged properly according to the theme with proper description. The lightning is good as well. The art museum is huge and be prepared to spend at least half day here.

The Art Institute has one of the world's most notable collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art in its permanent collection. Besides that, in 2009, the museum opened the Modern Wing which includes several works from Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.


One of the two bronze lion statues created by Edward Kemeys.

Art Institute of Chicago across South Michigan street.

Visitor admiring the paintings. Georges-Pierre Seurat painting.

One of the Renaissance paintings.

Impressionist paintings.

The bedroom by Vincent Gogh.


Modern arts.

Some photograph collection in Modern Wing.

Me with Mao Zedong portrait.

Entrance fee: USD18.00 for adult.
Hours: Open daily 10:30am–5:00pm; Thursday until 8:00pm
Coordinate/GPS: 41.879563,-87.624253
Metro station: Adams station on Wabash.
Address: 111 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60603, USA.
Website: artic.edu

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