CHICAGO (CBS)– If you missed seeing Barack and Michelle Obama’s portraits in the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, you are in luck.

Kehinde Wiley

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The Smithsonian announced a five-city tour of the Obama portraits and Chicago is on the list.

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From June 18 to Aug. 15 of 2021, the portraits, by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, will be on display at the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Officials said Wiley and Sherald are the first African American artists to have been selected for the National Portrait Gallery’s official portraits of a President or First Lady.