American corporations and private institutions have a long history of collecting art, but often keep it hidden behind closed doors. In this unique opportunity, U.S. Trust welcomes the Chartwell Collectors Circle to a private tour of Bank of America's Chicago art collection.
Art historian, curator, and writer Kate Pollasch will lead us through the Bank's collection of Post-War and Contemporary Art to discuss it's Chicago history, with works by artists such as Michiko Itatani, Gladys Nilsson, Jim Nutt, and Ray Yoshida. Delve into how and why corporations collect, and explore the grandeur of the Field Building where department store owner Marshall Field once lived, now the home of U.S. Trust.
Open to Chartwell Collectors Circle members only. Limited availability, RSVP required.