Re: Chicago Closes March 4th

January 2, 2012

We have received endless support and positive press upon the opening of the new museum.

Check out some great year end press below:

Time Out Chicago:
Art and Design – 2011 in Review

Art Slant:
2011 Year in Review

 

2011 Selected Press

Chicago Tribune:
DePaul Art Museum reopens with “Re: Chicago”

Chicago Tribune:
Who’s Famous? Who’s Not? Who Cares?

New City:
Eye Exam: Two New Museums Open in Chicago this Fall

New City:
Review: ReChicago/DePaul Art Museum

Chicago Reader:
Famous and Almost Famous

Loyola University Phoenix:
DPAM Opens, LUMA Sighs: LUC student believes DePaul gallery ups the ante for university galleries

Art Slant:
The Chicago Question

Chicago Tonight:
Click to read article and watch VIDEO

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