Chicago has its own distinct style, and the Art of Chicago museum aims to help showcase its own art and culture.

The exhibition of more than 300 works is aimed at both local and international audiences, while also giving a wider insight into the art world.

Its curators said the exhibit aims to be “a unique and informative space for visitors to discover the best, most interesting and thought provoking works in Chicago”.

It is part of the Art Museum’s commitment to engaging with its community, with a focus on the city’s emerging art scene, which has seen the creation of art exhibitions, a film series and live performances in recent years.

“We’re constantly looking for ways to bring our community together and engage with one another in a way that’s not only entertaining, but also informative and creative,” curator Jennifer Hodge told ABC Radio’s Weekend Sunrise.

The exhibition is a collaboration between the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Contemporary Art, which is the main hub for the city. “

But I’m always looking to expand our portfolio, and this is a really great opportunity for us to do that.”

The exhibition is a collaboration between the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Contemporary Art, which is the main hub for the city.

It was designed to celebrate the city and its people, and highlight the diversity of Chicago, the museum said in a statement.

A collection of over 400 works will be displayed in the exhibition, which will run until March 27, and include works by artists including Damien Hirst, David Koechner and Mark Rothko.

Chicago’s art scene has seen a surge in recent months, with artists like Hirst and Rothko having collaborated on new pieces.