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Visual arts of Chicago refers to paintings, prints, illustrations, textile art, sculpture, ceramics and other visual artworks produced in Chicago or by people with a connection to Chicago.
A persistent problem for the development of art scenes in Chicago has been the fact that, in the past, a large number of artists began in Chicago, but had to relocate elsewhere before gaining attention.
These same impulses also appeared in Chicago's lively Street photography scene, gaining notoriety through artists centered around the Institute of Design such as Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, Leon Lewandowski as well as in the work of nanny-savant Vivian Maier. Metzker and Barbara Crane studied at the Institute of Design in the 1950s.
They spread the ideas of the Institute of Design teaching photography in the second half of the 20th century.
Chicago produced several photorealists, including Arne Besser, and Richard Estes.
Many photorealists were collected by Morton Neumann "against the grain of the prevailing critical thought at the time" (which espoused abstract expressionism), and exhibited at Chicago's Terra Museum of American Art.
According to Imagist Ed Paschke, the Imagists felt liberated by a lack of critical coverage.