The Art Institute of Chicago opened the first major exhibition of Charles Ray’s work in more than 15 years, Charles Ray: Sculpture, 1997–2014, on May 15, 2015. This exhibition devoted to the recent production of the Chicago-born Los Angeles–based sculptor features 17 works on the second floor of the Modern Wing, which has been completely cleared to showcase the range of Ray’s recent achievements. An 18th sculpture, Horse and Rider, is on view in the south Stanley McCormick Court. Four of the works—Horse and Rider, Huck and Jim, Dog (Silver), and Girl on Pony— have never before been exhibited. Presenting Ray’s most recent work that explores and experiments with the human figure, this exhibition, co-organized with the Kunstmuseum Basel, will run until October 4, 2015, and can only be seen in the United States at the Art Institute. James Rondeau, the Dittmer Chair and Curator of Contemporary

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