If you base your expectations on the name alone, The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (2320 W. Chicago Ave.) is likely to take you by surprise. Though it’s located in the heart of Chicago’s Ukrainian Village, the two-gallery exhibition space is not dedicated solely—or even mostly—to Ukrainian art.A quick look around the permanent collection, however, proves otherwise. The walls showcase work created by such non-Ukrainian surnames as Kurtz, Hunt, and Wessels—none of them tagged with a “drov” or an “ovich” at the end. I had arrived for my tour of the museum’s Made in Chicago exhibit expecting to find immigrant artworks that spoke to the experience of being Ukrainian in the American Midwest. But art has a way of subverting expectations.