There’s still time to catch “James Hyde: Varieties of Experience” before it closes on the 17th at Volume Gallery. The show brings design objects like tables and chairs into the same domain as the paintings that adorn the gallery’s walls.

Headed up by Joseph Grima and Sarah Herda, the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial opens on the 3rd and runs through January 3rd. The Biennial is centered around an exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Center, but also includes events at venues throughout Chicago, including Theaster Gates’s newly opened Stony Island Arts Bank

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