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The Art Institute of Chicago, in their shining moment is forced to delay the public opening of the Roy Lichtenstein exhibition after more than 3,000 people registered for the preview. The exhibition was supposed to open publicly this Wednesday but museum officials have now postponed the opening until May 22 to accommodate the forces of pop art enthusiasts and the three days the Institute will be closed for NATO. [Crain's]