Artwork at the Park

Park Hyatt Chicago is proud to offer exceptional artwork throughout the hotel, which can be found everywhere from the lobby space, the spa and restaurant, to the event space. Staci Boris, associate curator for Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, assisted with selecting the artists and artwork for the hotel’s public spaces. The hotel comes alive with vibrant masterpieces which can all be found within the framework of Park Hyatt Chicago.


Step into our public spaces, or take a moment to peruse the lavish guestrooms, as collections of original black-and-white photographs of Chicago can be found throughout the hotel, alongside famous artwork. These photos capture the essence of Chicago and the photographs vary from guestroom to guestroom.


Park Hyatt Chicago is most excited to announce their new original art piece from iconic artist, Sigmar Polke. In 1963, Polke founded the painting movement "Kapitalistischer Realismus" ("Capitalist realism") with Gerhard Richter and Konrad Fischer (alias Konrad Lueg as artist). It is an anti-style of art, appropriating the pictorial shorthand of advertising. This title also referred to the realist style of art known as "Socialist Realism", then the official art doctrine of the Soviet Union and its satellites (from one which he had fled with his family), but it also commented upon the consumer-driven art "doctrine" of western capitalism. He also participated in "Demonstrative Ausstellung", a store-front exhibition in Düsseldorf with Manfred Kuttner, Lueg, and Richter. Essentially a self-taught photographer, Polke spent the next three years painting, experimenting with filmmaking and performance art.

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