DePaul Art Museum
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DePaul Art Museum information
DePaul University's compact new art museum hosts changing exhibits of 20th century works. Pieces from the permanent collection – by sculptor Claes Oldenburg, cartoonist Chris Ware, architect Daniel Burnham and more – hang on the second floor. It's definitely worth swinging through if you're in the neighborhood; you can see everything in less than 30 minutes.