Hyde Park Art Center

Established in 1939, Hyde Park Art Center is a community-based center for the visual arts and an alternative exhibition space famed for hosting the groundbreaking early exhibitions of the Hairy Who, the Chicago Imagists, and related homegrown avant-garde artists' groups. Exhibition files document the activities of the art center and associated artists. The record in this web resource was compiled from in-person examination of materials.


5020 S. Cornell Avenue
Chicago, IL 60615
United States

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  • Collection Title: Hyde Park Art Center's Exhibition files
    Inclusive Dates: 1939–present

Photograph of an artist's easel side table with paints and other materials
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