Founded in 1976, the Museum of Contemporary Photography collaborates with artists and photographers to present exhibitions of analog and digital images. Columbia College frequently presents works from its collection or commissions photographers to develop exhibits that display the capabilities of visual art.
|Venue name:||Museum of Contemporary Photography||Contact:|
600 S Michigan Ave
|Cross street:||at Harrison St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed 10am–5pm; Thu 10am–8pm; Fri, Sat 10am–5pm; Sun 12pm-5pm.|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Harrison. Bus: 1, 3, 4, 26, 28, 147.|
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“In Their Own Form”
The Afro-futurist movement seeks to redefine the black experience in popular culture, through films like Black Panther and the music of free jazz artist Sun Ra that depict alternative visions of the future. “In Their Own Form” presents a collection of...Photography Until Sunday July 8 2018
“Lucas Foglia: Human Nature”
Photographer Lucas Foglia considers the classic (and increasing) conflict between humanity and nature in his latest collection of images. Foglia depicts lush foliage seeping into urban environments and humanity encroaching upon remote landscapes, demonstrating...Photography Thursday July 19 2018 - Sunday September 30 2018
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The Museum of Contemporary Photography is a must for all. It's a smaller & more intimate museum with a stellar collection of contemporary photography. The space is always brilliantly curated & the works on display are always well considered. Request a private viewing of their amazing collections that contain works from artist like Barbara Crane to current artist who contribute to their Midwest Photographer Project.