The Chicago Architecture Biennial explores contemporary environmental, political and economic issues through art, architecture and civic participation with the sweeping series of exhibits, “Cab 5: This is a Rehearsal,” at the Chicago Cultural Center through February 11, 2024.
Roam through the cultural center and explore an exciting collection of installations and exhibits that are featured in Cab 5, including the lobby’s transformation with pillars and archways constructed with recycled cardboard tubes, a fanciful coffin constructed by Ghanian artisan Paa Joe to resemble modern architecture pioneer Ludwig Mies van der Rhoe’s S. R Crown Hall on Illinois Institute of Technology’s campus and the alteration of Yates Hall into a landscaped art park.
Free one-hour tours will be hosted for Cab 5 every Saturday at 10:30 am and 1 pm. The tours meet in the Randolph lobby, register here.
The Chicago Cultural Center is open daily from 10 am- 5 pm and admission is always free.
Cab 5: This is a Rehearsal
Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St.
Through February 11, 2024