Logan: On Display expands the breadth of visual art available at the Logan Center by utilizing areas throughout the building as exhibition space. Exhibitions from Logan: On Display can be found on the Lower Level, in Café Logan, adorning the Logan Center's felt walls and soaring windows, and more. View current exhibitions.
April 8, 2019 –June 8, 2019
April 8-June 8, 2019
Jan 11–March 31, 2019
Jan 16 – Mar 21, 2018
Oct 10–Dec 8, 2017
An exhibition that celebrated the opening of the Logan Center in 2012 and the exhibitions, performances, and programs it has made possible over the past five years.
Jan 25–Feb 22, 2015
A photography exhibition showcasing the work of Alexander Pizzirani.
Jun 20–Aug 23, 2015
Arkansas-born, Chicago-bred self-taught artist Gerald Sanders encourages his students (ten years old and up) to hone their skills of observation and technique to represent the world around them.
Sept 16–Oct 18, 2015
A self-described “artist disguised as an arts administrator,” Jazz Institute of Chicago Executive Director Lauren Deutsch has spent 35 years transforming improvised music into a visual art form.
Sep 23–Oct 25, 2015
In conjunction with the annual Hyde Park Jazz Festival (September 26-27, 2015), the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts will stage a juried exhibition in Café Logan from Wednesday, September 23 to Sunday, October 25
Oct 29, 2015–Jan 31, 2016
This Autumn 2015, The University of Chicago celebrates its 125th Anniversary. In the spirit of commemorating the student-driven arts community on campus.
Nov 3, 2015–Jan 3, 2016
As a dynamic medium that combines visual imagery, printed text, and written communication, postcards offer unique glimpses into various moments in the University’s history.
Mar 25–Apr 22, 2016
An exhibition of a series of collages by artist Julie Rafalski inspired by Piet Mondrian.
Jun 17–Jul 10, 2016
A juried exhibition of Contemporary Stained Glass Sponsored by the American Glass Guild
Aug 19–Oct 2, 2016
Six participating artists, who live and work at the new Bronzeville Artist Lofts (BAL), in the heart of Bronzeville on 47th Street, will use the original doors and windows from their historic residence, the renovated building that housed the Ben Franklin Store, historically known as the world's only black-owned and operated department store owned by the legendary policy kings the Jones Brothers.
Dec 9, 2016–Jan 29, 2017