Three Chicago Exhibits
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The CHICAGO CULTURAL CENTER is the former Chicago Public Library on Michigan Avenue between Washington and Randolph Streets. McMahon exhibition is in Renaissance Court on the first floor Randolph Street entrance.

HOURS: 10 AM to 6 PM WEEKDAYS- NOON to 5PM SATURDAYS. ADMISSION FREE

PLEASE NOTE: FRANKLIN McMAHON DOCUMENTARIES IN ART MADE FOR PBS AND CBS TELLING THE STORIES OF THE 1968, 1972, 1976 & 1980 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AT THE MUSEUM OF BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS, ALSO IN THE CULTURAL CENTER.


PORTRAIT OF AMERICAN POLITICS, an artistís report
from Adlai Stevenson to Bob Dole: campaign drawings and paintings with captions; including the Media in action.
The HAROLD WASHINGTON LIBRARY CENTER is the new Chicago Public Library at 400 S. State Street. McMahon exhibition is in the Congress Sreet Corridor. South entrance, first floor.

HOURS: SUNDAY 1-5 PM, MONDAY 9 AM-7:PM, TUESDAY & THURSDAY 11 AM-7 PM, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9 AM-5 PM. ADMISSION FREE.


POLITICAL CONVENTIONS SINCE 1960
over 100 drawings and paintings
CASSIOPEIA FINE ARTS is in the historic Monadnock Building , just a block from the HWLC. McMahon exhibition: 330 South Dearborn Street, first floor.

HOURS: WEEKDAYS 9 AM-5:30 PM, SATURDAYS 11 AM- 2 PM.
ADMISSION FREE

AMERICAíS TRIALS & TRIBUNALS: Chicago 8, Watergate, Iran-Contra, Jack Ruby, Hoffa, Berrigans, etc.
Artwork copyright © Franklin McMahon


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