Photo: Hyde Park Art Center reopens to public

Justine Jentes studies two cyanotypes by Jonathan Castillo, part of his "American Institutional Indebtedness" series. The cyanotypes are on display in the Hyde Park Art Center’s (HPAC’s) current exhibition, "Ground Floor," which will be showing through April 3.

This is the sixth iteration of "Ground Floor," a biennial exhibition that showcases artists who have recently received their MFA from a Chicago program. In addition, it is the first HPAC exhibition to be open to the public (with reservations) since October 2020.

To make a reservation to see "Ground Floor," phone HPAC at (773) 324-5520 or visit its website at

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