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Exhibitions

Current Exhibition

This exhibition showcases more than 30 works, the majority for the first time, by artist Todros Geller, an influential WPA-era Chicago artist who was central to the history of modern American Jewish art.
This exhibition showcases more than 30 works, the majority for the first time, by artist Todros Geller, an influential Chicago artist who was central to the history of modern American Jewish art.

Past Exhibition

This exhibition presented works by Nelly Agassi, Leslie Baum, Iris Bernblum, Dianna Frid, Matthew Girson, Jesse Malmed, Geof Oppenheimer, Roni Packer, and Rana Siegel.
This exhibition presents works by participants in Spertus Institute’s first Chicago Jewish Artists Fellowship. The artists are Nelly Agassi, Leslie Baum, Iris Bernblum, Dianna Frid, Matthew Girson, Jesse Malmed, Geof Oppenheimer, Roni Packer, and Rana Siegel.

Past Exhibition

ISO 6346: ineluctable immigrant
Spertus Institute presented a commissioned, site-specific installation by Chicago-based artist Ellen Rothenberg, organized by Ionit Behar, Spertus Institute's Curator of Collections and Exhibitions.
Opening on February 1, Spertus Institute presents a new, commissioned, site-specific installation by Chicago-based artist Ellen Rothenberg.

Online Exhibition

With generous support from the Spitz Foundation, highlights from Spertus Institute's world-class collections of Jewish art and artifacts can be viewed online with supporting references and resources.
With generous support from the Spitz Foundation, highlights from Spertus Institute's world-class collections of Jewish art and artifacts can now be viewed online, from your computer, tablet, or phone. Enjoy high-resolution photos, informative videos, interactive maps, and rich information for further study.