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The Richard H. Driehaus Museum The Richard H. Driehaus Museum explores the art, architecture, and design of the late 19th century to
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In a building full of showstopper rooms, the Maher Gallery never fails to impress.  Originally the space was designed as...
10/04/2023

In a building full of showstopper rooms, the Maher Gallery never fails to impress. Originally the space was designed as a gallery for the Nickerson family to display their immense collection of art. When the Fishers moved in, they hired George Washington Maher to redesign the room, with a stained-glass dome, Art Nouveau mosaic fireplace surround by Giannini & Hilgart, and room to display their hunting trophies. Today, the Gallery is one of our most special: a place for quiet, for light, and for contemplation.

Image credit: Jackie Ryan

Are you donning a tea gown and nibbling dainty sandwiches this  ? That's how they did it in the Gilded Age, when the rig...
09/29/2023

Are you donning a tea gown and nibbling dainty sandwiches this ? That's how they did it in the Gilded Age, when the right accoutrements were essential to the experience. Read more about the caffeine-fueled Gilded Age here: https://ow.ly/ZlsV50PRigh

For the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, the prominent perfumery G. Millot commissioned Hector Guimard to design th...
09/27/2023

For the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, the prominent perfumery G. Millot commissioned Hector Guimard to design their entire stand, taking full advantage of the architect's ethos for "the total work of art." For Millot's perfume, Kantirix ("the flower of Mexico"), Guimard designed the bottles, powder boxes, labels, and packaging.

Hector Guimard
Kantirix Perfume Bottle
1899
partially gilt glass
Produced by F. Millot, Paris
Christie Mayer Lefkowith Collection, New York
Photographed by Ellen McDermott

📣 We are thrilled to offer two live virtual tours of Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism in partnership with Tours ...
09/22/2023

📣 We are thrilled to offer two live virtual tours of Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism in partnership with Tours With Mike on Tuesday, October 3 and Tuesday, October 25 at 3:00 pm CDT. It’s the perfect opportunity to visit the exhibition from the comfort of your own home! To reserve your free tickets: https://ow.ly/7wWv50POtvx

09/21/2023

The Driehaus Museum is excited to be a partner of CAB5: ThisisaRehearsal, the fifth edition of the Chicago Architecture Biennial which opens today!

Curated by The Floating Museum, ThisisaRehearsal takes an expansive view of design as an iterative rehearsal process to explore architecture, cities, and the social, ecological, economic, and political forces shaping them.

We will be hosting Hector Guimard’s Designs for Living: A Forum for New Research & Ideas in partnership with Alliance Française de Chicago on Saturday, October 21st.

Visit https://ow.ly/cN3b50PNXAT for more information about our forum.

Visit https://ow.ly/hNgv50PNXn5 to explore more about the Biennial.



📣Calling Chicago-area artists! We are soliciting Statements of Interest from artists based in or around Chicago for an u...
09/20/2023

📣Calling Chicago-area artists! We are soliciting Statements of Interest from artists based in or around Chicago for an upcoming exhibition, Materialities, with curator Giovanni Aloi. We are seeking to collaborate with a small number of selected artists who will produce site-specific work in response to the Driehaus Museum's buildings and their extremely rich material histories.

The submission deadline for statements of interest is the 15th of October 2023. Vist https://ow.ly/s3Ko50PNXth for more information.

The historical origins of Chicago's "L" -- both its design and its famous moniker-- are the focus of our next program, "...
09/14/2023

The historical origins of Chicago's "L" -- both its design and its famous moniker-- are the focus of our next program, "Parallel Tracks: The Design and Development of the CTA in Relation to the Paris Métro," with transit professional Graham Garfield. Tickets👉🚇https://ow.ly/28cW50PLGfJ

Photo credit: Chicago Transit Authority

Did you catch us this past weekend at Printer’s Row Lit Fest?!👀📖Between trivia, raffle giveaways, and talking about what...
09/12/2023

Did you catch us this past weekend at Printer’s Row Lit Fest?!👀📖
Between trivia, raffle giveaways, and talking about what’s happening at the Museum, we enjoyed meeting you all!

If you didn’t have a chance to stop by, you can always visit the Museum and our Store IRL.






Printers Row Lit Fest

Tomorrow and Sunday! 📚Visit us at Printers Row Lit Fest table  #206 between Ida B. Wells and Harrison Street to play our...
09/08/2023

Tomorrow and Sunday! 📚Visit us at Printers Row Lit Fest table #206 between Ida B. Wells and Harrison Street to play our trivia game to win free "Museum Merch," shop the Museum Store, and enter to win a free household Membership!

No matter your favorite subway system, join us September 14 for a virtual lecture on what makes subways so important to ...
09/05/2023

No matter your favorite subway system, join us September 14 for a virtual lecture on what makes subways so important to modern cities, what did they mean to the people that used them, and how Hector Guimard’s famous entrances for the Paris Métro helped create those meanings. With American University Professor David Pike. https://ow.ly/YPm350PHTOH

Image credit: Nico Jesse, Paris, 1960.

Happy  !  Since 1879, when the Nickerson Mansion began to take shape, it has taken the work of countless expert hands to...
09/04/2023

Happy ! Since 1879, when the Nickerson Mansion began to take shape, it has taken the work of countless expert hands to design, build, and steadfastly maintain this jewel box of a building. We acknowledge and thank the many, many people who have contributed their talents and hard work to ensure we are here for generations to come.

Born   in 1856, architect Louis H. Sullivan. Part of the 'First Chicago School' of Architecture, Sullivan combined the t...
09/03/2023

Born in 1856, architect Louis H. Sullivan. Part of the 'First Chicago School' of Architecture, Sullivan combined the technical innovations of steel frame construction with a new language of architectural ornament. He was the focus of our 2022-23 exhibition, "Capturing Louis Sullivan: What Richard Nickel Saw."

Photograph by James Caulfield.

This weekend, stock up on our kicky selection of drink mixers and an elegant mix of barware that will give your weekend ...
09/01/2023

This weekend, stock up on our kicky selection of drink mixers and an elegant mix of barware that will give your weekend plenty of flavor without the...labor.

📣 Driehaus Museum Announcement 📣 We are pleased to announce tickets are now on sale for Hector Guimard’s Designs for Liv...
08/31/2023

📣 Driehaus Museum Announcement 📣 We are pleased to announce tickets are now on sale for Hector Guimard’s Designs for Living: A Forum for New Research & Ideas, presented in partnership with AAlliance Française de Chicago This daylong symposium will feature an international group of speakers and will highlight new research that reexamines Hector Guimard ’s legacy in the context of his wife’s significant contributions and his own prescient ideas about designing for home and community. For more information and tickets: https://ow.ly/GplA50PFXTy

Did you know that   in 1916, the United States Marine Corps Reserve was founded? As a  , we welcome active military and ...
08/29/2023

Did you know that in 1916, the United States Marine Corps Reserve was founded? As a , we welcome active military and their families for free until Labor Day. Active military are always granted free admission. National Endowment for the Arts Blue Star Families.

Are you   or  ?  What better way to prep for a new season of "The Gilded Age" than to experience it IRL at the Driehaus ...
08/25/2023

Are you or ? What better way to prep for a new season of "The Gilded Age" than to experience it IRL at the Driehaus Museum's Nickerson Mansion, which was completed in 1883--coincidentally the same year Season 2 covers.

Image courtesy of HBO

Wrap yourself in elegance with this 100% silk scarf adapted from Hector Guimard’s Castel Béranger wallpaper, now on sale...
08/24/2023

Wrap yourself in elegance with this 100% silk scarf adapted from Hector Guimard’s Castel Béranger wallpaper, now on sale at the Driehaus Museum Store. Become your very own--as Guimard himself would say-- 'total work of art!'

Image credit:
Wallpaper for Castel Béranger
c.1898
Machine Printed
Alain Blondel, Garches, France

  to the early 2000s, and the first major renovation of the Murphy Auditorium.  Sign up for our newsletter to stay in to...
08/17/2023

to the early 2000s, and the first major renovation of the Murphy Auditorium. Sign up for our newsletter to stay in touch as we progress with our current Murphy renovation project. https://ow.ly/z0Aw50PxRCT

Art Nouveau architect Hector Guimard advocated for the idea of the 'total work of art'--  or, in German, Gesamtkunstwerk...
08/16/2023

Art Nouveau architect Hector Guimard advocated for the idea of the 'total work of art'-- or, in German, Gesamtkunstwerk. In his buildings, that included designing furniture, light fixtures, wallpaper, down to the doorknobs. Here in the Nickerson Mansion Sitting Room, a total work of art unto itself, you can see examples of what we'd call today his 360 approach to design.

The Driehaus Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa M. Key as its Executive Director. To learn more Lisa ...
08/14/2023

The Driehaus Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa M. Key as its Executive Director. To learn more Lisa and this exciting moment for the Museum, click here: https://ow.ly/luQq50PyVfB

Photo credit: Jeremy Lawson Photography

One question we frequently get asked is whether the Nickersons, who lived here from 1883-1900, or the Fishers (1900-1919...
08/10/2023

One question we frequently get asked is whether the Nickersons, who lived here from 1883-1900, or the Fishers (1900-1919), kept pets. One clue is hidden in plain sight in this photograph, from the Fisher era.

Can you spot it? (And no, we're not talking about the moose head!)

Did you know the Nickerson Mansion was built with two different types of brick? Find out more this Friday afternoon, on ...
08/09/2023

Did you know the Nickerson Mansion was built with two different types of brick? Find out more this Friday afternoon, on our Brick of Chicago walking tour from 2:00-3:30 pm, with architectural historian Will Quam. For tickets: https://ow.ly/y87Q50PtspJ

Today is  ! 🖋️To celebrate, stop by the Driehaus Museum Store to pick up one-of-a-kind notecards, writing pads, journals...
08/05/2023

Today is ! 🖋️To celebrate, stop by the Driehaus Museum Store to pick up one-of-a-kind notecards, writing pads, journals, and pens-- and support local stationery stores, wherever you live!

🔨Murphy Auditorium Renovation Update🔨 The renovation work on our Murphy Memorial Auditorium has entered a new phase: the...
08/04/2023

🔨Murphy Auditorium Renovation Update🔨 The renovation work on our Murphy Memorial Auditorium has entered a new phase: the pedestrian canopy is being built. It will stretch from the alley east of the Murphy to the edge of the Nickerson Mansion. The Museum remains open as always. Learn more and sign up for regular email updates here: https://ow.ly/miqm50PsWuF.

Hector Guimard designed this building in 1910 for Paul Mezzara, a decorative artist specializing in lace and embroidery....
08/03/2023

Hector Guimard designed this building in 1910 for Paul Mezzara, a decorative artist specializing in lace and embroidery. Heralded as evidence of Guimard's evolving style to a more restrained and elegant conception of Art Nouveau, the Hôtel Mezzara still stands today in the 16th arrondissment in Paris. It was used as the stage set for the 2009 film, "Chéri ," starring Michelle Pfeiffer. Here you can see Pfeiffer peering plaintively out of the second story window.

"Chéri" is our next film event, on August 31, including a talkback from University of Chicago professor, Leora Auslander. For tickets: https://ow.ly/uhVx50Ps6tY

Photo credit: Miramax Films, Cercle Guimard.

Your journey to discovering Art Nouveau is a visit away! Start it at Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism and end it...
07/28/2023

Your journey to discovering Art Nouveau is a visit away! Start it at Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism and end it in the Driehaus Museum Store, where you can shop for Guimard and Art Nouveau-related merchandise and Parisian-inspired sparkle. And, in the great tradtion of les soldes d'été , we're having a sale on select books!

On your next visit to the Museum, look up-- not just at our decorative ceilings, glorious chandeliers or distinguished d...
07/27/2023

On your next visit to the Museum, look up-- not just at our decorative ceilings, glorious chandeliers or distinguished dome-- but at our “Exit” and “Stairs” signs. They share the same sinuous, Art Nouveau designs embraced by Hector Guimard.

Here at the Driehaus Museum, every detail counts!

Born   in 1860, Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha.  This page comes from a limited edition book produced by Mucha called...
07/24/2023

Born in 1860, Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha.

This page comes from a limited edition book produced by Mucha called ‘Le Pater,’ or more commonly, The Lord’s Prayer. In it, Mucha meditates on humankind’s search for a higher spiritual state. Although this is a traditional Christian prayer, Mucha drew upon a variety of sources to explicate his own personal views related to Spiritualism and Freemasonry.

Mucha published ‘Le Pater’ in Paris in 1899 at a turning point in his career. He had tired of the life of a commercial poster designer, and would thereafter devote himself to supporting Slavic culture through his own art.

Image credit: Alphonse Mucha (Czech, 1860–1939), Adve Niat Regnum Tuum, from "Le Pater," 1899. Collection of Richard H. Driehaus, Chicago. Photograph by John A. Faier, © 2015.

Who needs 🎀Barbie🎀 when you can see the OG empowerment icon Colette on screen?  This August, we are hosting an al fresco...
07/20/2023

Who needs 🎀Barbie🎀 when you can see the OG empowerment icon Colette on screen? This August, we are hosting an al fresco film series to celebrate the birth of Colette, the groundbreaking, feminist, sometimes scandalous French writer. On August 2, it's 2018's loosely autobiographical film, "Colette," starring Keira Knightly, followed by a talkback with Northwestern Professor Sara Maza. Purchase tickets here: https://ow.ly/5HLw50Phvgs

Photo Credit: Killer Films, Number 9 Films

From his earliest days as an architect and designer, Hector Guimard believed in branding and self-promotion. First, he c...
07/19/2023

From his earliest days as an architect and designer, Hector Guimard believed in branding and self-promotion. First, he called himself "architecte d'art" to distinguish his creative ambitions from purely commercial architecture. But that quickly changed when he adapted "le style Guimard" as his literal calling card. In 1903, he created a series of 24 postcards, including this one, which shows him at his office at Castel Béranger. His branding is visible in the upper left corner in red. The image is a canny one-- it shows him at work, with pencil in hand, in his beautiful environment. It was a chance for viewers (and future clients) to have a direct line into his practice and his imagination.

Image credit: Hector Guimard, Le style Guimard postcard, number 10, 1903. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York.

We had such a blast at last night's Bastille Day in Chicago 2023 Day in Chicago 2023 event! Thanks to everyone who stopp...
07/15/2023

We had such a blast at last night's Bastille Day in Chicago 2023 Day in Chicago 2023 event! Thanks to everyone who stopped by to learn about our new exhibition, Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism, won merch after acing our France in Chicago quiz, took home a new household membership, 🇫🇷 and celebrated the spirit of the moment. 🥂

In honor of  , pick up your very own Driehaus Museum temporary tattoo when you visit the Museum on Friday, July 14! Come...
07/13/2023

In honor of , pick up your very own Driehaus Museum temporary tattoo when you visit the Museum on Friday, July 14! Come early, while supplies last!

In honor of Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism, this week we are celebrating la fête nationale: Bastille Day.  On ...
07/12/2023

In honor of Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism, this week we are celebrating la fête nationale: Bastille Day. On July 14, 1789, revolutionaries stormed the Bastille, signaling the start of the French Revolution. Today it commemorates France’s independence from tyranny.

We’re not the only ones throwing France a party! Here’s a list of fun things to do in the neighborhood (after you've visited the exhibition, of course!).

⭐⭐⭐Friday, July 14 from 5:30-9 pm: We’ll be part of Bastille Day in Chicago 2023 by Navy Pier. Stop by and say bonjour! That night, the Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile is also having a Bastille Day extravaganza in their restaurant.
⭐⭐⭐Saturday, July 15: Join our friends at the Alliance Française de Chicago for their daylong fête. https://ow.ly/T3Ix50P95Wt Attendees can get discounted tickets to the Driehaus Museum!
⭐⭐⭐Looking for a sweet treat to top off your visit to the Museum? Show your Museum admission sticker at Bistronomic at 840 N. Wabash and get a free dessert with your meal on select days over the next two weeks.

Image credit: Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Ball on the 14th July, oil on canvas, 1889.

2023 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of the iconic French author, Colette (1873-1954). Groundbreaking, feminist...
07/11/2023

2023 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of the iconic French author, Colette (1873-1954). Groundbreaking, feminist, sometimes scandalous, Colette’s confessional novellas captured vividly the inner lives of women of all ages in Belle Époque Paris. This summer, as part of our exhibition, Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism, we are hosting our first outdoor film and lecture series inspired by Colette’s work.

The film will be introduced by Northwestern University Professor Sarah Maza, who will set the context for the film with a primer on the visuals, narrative, as well as issues of gender and sexuality in turn of the century Paris. There will be a brief Q&A after the film.

There are just a few tickets left!

Illinois Residents! Did you know that we have *free* 'Haus Walk Wednesdays, the second Wednesday of every month, just fo...
07/07/2023

Illinois Residents! Did you know that we have *free* 'Haus Walk Wednesdays, the second Wednesday of every month, just for you? Visit from 3-6 pm and enjoy a gallery stroll through the First Floor period rooms for free.

Image credit: Front Parlor, Jeremy Lawson Photography

“It will be necessary for us to make of our whole life a work of art” – Adeline GuimardThe American-born Adeline Guimard...
07/06/2023

“It will be necessary for us to make of our whole life a work of art” – Adeline Guimard

The American-born Adeline Guimard (1872-1965) began life as Adeline Oppenheim. She moved to Paris to study art and there, at age 37, met her future husband. They married in 1909. Not only did she serve as Hector Guimard’s artistic muse, she actively participated in helping him expand his creative range. Together they designed their home as a stylish residence named the Hotel Guimard, where even the smallest of details were considered in creating a "total work of art.” Adeline’s paintings were incorporated into the frames her husband designed.

Adeline was also a savvy marketer and promoter, and it’s why so much of Hector Guimard’s work lives on today. After her husband’s death, she donated much of his work to American museums, ensuring that his work would be preserved and his legacy as the foremost Art Nouveau architect and designer would endure.

See the results of their fruitful collaboration at Hector Guimard: Art Nouveau to Modernism. More information 👇https://driehausmuseum.org/exhibitions

Image: Adeline and Hector Guimard, Public Domain.

As a reminder, the Museum is closed today due to transportation and traffic closures.
07/02/2023

As a reminder, the Museum is closed today due to transportation and traffic closures.

The Museum is closed Saturday-Sunday, July 1-2 due to transportation and traffic closures.
07/01/2023

The Museum is closed Saturday-Sunday, July 1-2 due to transportation and traffic closures.

06/30/2023

Sure, NASCARChicago, you’ve got your 670 horsepower race cars but what about this 70 horsepower, six cylinder Pierce-Arrow Model 80 Runabout from 1927? This car may be better for meandering rather than racing around Grant Park but it bested even the newest of Ford's Model As back then, which had only 40 horsepower.

One of the 3 famous “P” cars (including Packard and Peerless), the Pierce-Arrow was conservatively designed with nothing compromised in construction. The framing was made from northern white ash that was cured over two years and kiln dried—and then covered with an aluminum body. Like today’s race cars, riding an Arrow-Pierce was a…cozy experience, but always luxurious.

Courtesy of Chicago Vintage Motor Carriage

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Don't forget: ACM is teaming with the Chicago Architecture Center at the The Richard H. Driehaus Museum for Open House Chicago. If you stop in the Murphy Auditorium between 1-4pm today you can catch a performance of Seth Boustead's piece Marble Palace!
This Sunday, October 16th, ACM is once again teaming up with the Chicago Architecture Center for Open House Chicago! Stop by the The Richard H. Driehaus Museum between 1-4pm and pop in the Murphy Auditorium to hear Seth Boustead's composition Marble Palace!
Our friends at The Richard H. Driehaus Museum are hosting a day-long symposium on Louis Sullivan and photographer Richard Nickel on Saturday, October 22. Speakers include David Van Zanten, Matt McNicholas, Richard Cahan, Tim Samuelson, Ward Miller, and John Vinci.
Are you free on October 22? Join our friends at The Richard H. Driehaus Museum for the The Art of Architecture: Perspectives on Sullivan and Nickel
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I neglected to post these the other week. A few pictures from the new exhibition- Capturing Louis Sullivan: What Richard Nickel Saw which is at The Richard H. Driehaus Museum. I am honoured to have been able to help out with the guided tour of the exhibition.
The tragic story of activist/photographer Richard Nickel is the highlight of a new exhibit at the The Richard H. Driehaus Museum. Yes, that's Nickel pictured salvaging ornament from a house about to be demolished.
Richard Nickel died while trying to preserve and document the architecture of Louis Sullivan. Now The Richard H. Driehaus Museum celebrates them both.
CHICAGO | Thursday, August 4 - Please join us in Chicago for a tour of Theodora Allen: Saturnine at the The Richard H. Driehaus Museum. Prior to the tour, enjoy a private half-hour reception with Anna Musci, Executive Director of the Driehaus Museum, and Stephanie Cristello, the Exhibition Curator. Stick around afterwards for a Gilded Age cocktail demo and tasting!

Click below to register 😊
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CHICAGO | Fri. June 24 - Chicagoans! Come join us at The Richard H. Driehaus Museum for a tour of 'Theodora Allen: Saturnine,' with Executive Director Anna Musci and the exhibition's curator, Stephanie Cristello.

The exhibition marks the latest iteration of the Museum’s newest initiative: A Tale of Today, which features work by leading contemporary artists to expand the immersive experience and to shape our understanding of the world through the art, architecture, design, and cultural history of the Nickerson Mansion, the Museum’s home. Curated by Stephanie Cristello, 'Theodora Allen: Saturnine' derives its title from figure of Saturn and its historical association with melancholy, often referred to as the curse of artists. Visitors to the Museum will see Allen’s luminous and meditative compositions, filled with a lexicon of snakes, planets, moons, and plant life – motifs that draw from ancient Greek mythology, literature, fin-de-siècle Europe, and the zeitgeist of 1960s California.

Click below to read more and register!
May 19 @ 6 PM find Prof. Rich Kron of Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics at The University of Chicago at The Richard H. Driehaus Museum in conversation with Adler curator, Pedro Raposo, on the imagery of the cosmos as a source of fascination, influence, and exploration in the era between the two world fairs. http://ow.ly/k7Qn50IZcqV
The Richard H. Driehaus Museum has dozens of spectacular Tiffany Studios designs on display in the Gilded Age Nickerson Mansion. You can see them on tomorrow’s (Wednesday’s) virtual tour starting at 1:00 pm CST (7:00 pm GMT). There’s no charge for the tour, but tips are appreciated. Just register in advance on Heygo’s website, and then launch the live-stream tour at the start time from any web browser. The link in the comments has details.

See you soon!
The gorgeous Nickerson Mansion was originally a Gilded Age home for some of Chicago’s wealthiest families, but The Richard H. Driehaus Museum has lovingly restored and transformed this landmark into a space for all to enjoy! This extraordinary museum features beautifully decorated interiors, including an amazing collection from Louis Comfort Tiffany, and stories of how people engaged with these luxurious spaces.

The Driehaus Museum has graciously given us exclusive access on April 27 to explore this one-of-a-kind treasure on a Heygo virtual tour! This experience will be a feast for the eyes filled with interesting stories. There is no charge for the tour, but tips are appreciated. Just register in advance on Heygo’s website and then start the live-streamed tour at 1:00 pm CST (7:00 pm GMT) from any web browser. Details are in the link in the comments.

I hope you can join for this special virtual tour and then explore the Driehaus Museum in-person the next time you’re in Chicago!
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