Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago The MCA is an innovative and compelling center of contemporary art.
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One of the nation’s largest facilities devoted to the art of our time, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago offers exhibitions of the most thought-provoking art created since 1945. MCA Chicago documents contemporary visual culture through painting, sculpture, photography, video and film, and performance. Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, the MCA boasts a gift store, bookstore, restaurant, 300-seat theater, and a terraced sculpture garden with a great view of Lake Michigan.

How to visit an art museum:👀 Look👂 Listen🧠 Think💓FeelHowever you spend your time with art, we hope it's memorable.Explor...
04/14/2024

How to visit an art museum:
👀 Look
👂 Listen
🧠 Think
💓Feel

However you spend your time with art, we hope it's memorable.
Explore art today at the MCA. https://visit.mcachicago.org/
📸 Exhibition views. "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened," 2024.

Join us in just two weeks on April 27 for Día del Niño!This Celebration of Children will take place at Saucedo Elementar...
04/13/2024

Join us in just two weeks on April 27 for Día del Niño!
This Celebration of Children will take place at Saucedo Elementary School and is free to the public.

Families are invited to partake in a day of art and fun while learning about migrant experiences and the many communities that call Chicago home. Participating artists include Mr. Pintamuro, Salvador Andrade, Sabina Ángeles from The Jacobo María Ángeles Workshop in Oaxaca, and more. MCA Educators will also be present to facilitate activities.
https://mca.social/3TOyRCo

There's something for everyone in our "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" collection!Nicole Eisenman is a multifaceted arti...
04/13/2024

There's something for everyone in our "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" collection!

Nicole Eisenman is a multifaceted artist who expands the limits of expression and incorporates a diverse range of artistic influences. With her art, she presents a discerning and clever perspective on the constantly evolving societal landscape, questioning established hierarchies and traditional conceptions of gender.

Tap to shop!
https://mcachicagostore.org/collections/nicole-eisenman-what-happened

Ten years ago today we opened "Isa Genzken: Retrospective."This exhibition encompassed Genzken’s work in all media, prod...
04/12/2024

Ten years ago today we opened "Isa Genzken: Retrospective."

This exhibition encompassed Genzken’s work in all media, produced over the past four decades. Despite Genzken’s influence on an international array of sculptors working today, the breadth of her achievements—which include not only provocative assemblages but also paintings, photographs, collages, artist’s books, performances, films, and public sculptures—has remained obscure in the United States, and many of the works that were in this exhibition were on view in Chicago for the first time.

Genzken also currently has work on view in our "Descending the Staircase" exhibition.

📸 Installation view, "Isa Genzken: Retrospective," MCA Chicago Apr 12–Aug 3, 2014
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago

Congratulations to our own Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer Gwendolyn Perry Davis for being selected as the n...
04/12/2024

Congratulations to our own Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer Gwendolyn Perry Davis for being selected as the new board chair for the Poetry Foundation!

Perry Davis will be the organization’s first Black board chair, and has been on the board of trustees since 2021.

"I’m honored and excited to work with our extraordinary Poetry Foundation trustees on the Foundation's visionary goals and ensuring its ongoing fiscal sustainability,” remarked Perry Davis.

Read more: https://mca.social/49xciGX

The New York Times included Lula Cafe in their list of the 25 Best Restaurants in Chicago!"In cross-pollinating ingredie...
04/11/2024

The New York Times included Lula Cafe in their list of the 25 Best Restaurants in Chicago!

"In cross-pollinating ingredients from different parts of the world, often together on one plate, the chef Jason Hammel is arguably a key influence for Chicago cooks today." Hammel is our Chef partner for Marisol Chicago.

We scouted the city’s vast food scene, from stellar hot dogs and renowned Italian beefs to refined tasting menus. (And we’re here for your comments.).

Vernissage 2024 kicks off today at 5 PM at EXPO CHICAGO!Online sales will end today at noon CT. Walk-up tickets will be ...
04/11/2024

Vernissage 2024 kicks off today at 5 PM at EXPO CHICAGO!

Online sales will end today at noon CT.
Walk-up tickets will be available at the MCA check-in booth located just inside the EXPO CHICAGO East entrance.

Proceeds from Vernissage raise significant funds in support of the MCA’s learning department’s mission, whose programs offer compelling opportunities to explore, challenge, discuss, and reflect on the MCA’s exhibitions and programs, as well as the world of contemporary art and culture.

https://mca.social/3J6udcB
📸 Vernissage 2023. April 13, 2023, at Navy Pier. Photo: Jeremy Lawson Photography, © MCA Chicago.

"The role of the museum is to be a space to have those difficult social and political conversations.”—MCA Curator Carla ...
04/10/2024

"The role of the museum is to be a space to have those difficult social and political conversations.”—MCA Curator Carla Acevedo-Yates.
Read more in Cultured Magazine. https://mca.social/4azX1G4

There are some familiar names on the 2024 James Beard Award nomination list!Our Chef partner for Marisol Chicago, Jason ...
04/10/2024

There are some familiar names on the 2024 James Beard Award nomination list!
Our Chef partner for Marisol Chicago, Jason Hammel's Lula Cafe , Chef Diana Dávila of Mi Tocaya Antojería who's behind our current Chef Collaboration, and Chef James Martin of Bocadillo Market from a past Chef Collaboration with Marisol Chicago.

Read more in Choose Chicago https://mca.social/3TLd64Z and stop by Marisol to try the latest Chef Collab special!

The annual James Beard Awards recognize the best and the brightest of the nation’s dining scene. These prestigious accolades honor not only chefs and restaurants…

Chicago Tribune has all of the details about this year's EXPO CHICAGO.Don't miss the dance performance from artist Brend...
04/09/2024

Chicago Tribune has all of the details about this year's EXPO CHICAGO.
Don't miss the dance performance from artist Brenden Fernandes, who's work has been shown extensively at the MCA.

Every April Expo Chicago convenes artists from near and far to showcase their work. Columnist Laura Washington looks forward to it each year, and sees opportunity for growth.

Join us today at 6 PM for a poetry reading and book signing with CAConrad!CAConrad’s new book "Listen to the Golden Boom...
04/09/2024

Join us today at 6 PM for a poetry reading and book signing with CAConrad!

CAConrad’s new book "Listen to the Golden Boomerang Return" will be available for purchase

ASL and CART captioning are provided.

Join us for a reading with poet CAConrad in celebration of the new series "Politics of Poetics".

04/08/2024

Question what you know about sound in "Resonance." https://mca.social/resonance

This enthralling series features four powerful works spanning dance, theater, and music that explore the reverberations of sound in society. With the first performance in the series sold out, make sure to secure your tickets to the final three soon!

Apr 18–20 | Samita Sinha, Tremor
https://mca.social/tremor

Apr 26–27 | Laura Ortman, Smoke Rings Shimmers Endless Blur
https://mca.social/ortman

May 9–11 | 7NMS | Marjani Forté-Saunders and Everett Saunders, Prophet: The Order of the Lyricist
https://mca.social/prophet

Get 20% off when you purchase tickets to two or more performances in the Resonance series!

Today is the final day to see "Rebecca Morris: 2001–2022" and "Endless" at the MCA!See them both one last time today. 👉 ...
04/07/2024

Today is the final day to see "Rebecca Morris: 2001–2022" and "Endless" at the MCA!
See them both one last time today. 👉 https://mca.social/46c2C3K

📸 Opening day of "Rebecca Morris: 2001 – 2022," MCA Chicago. September 30, 2023. Photo: Ricardo Adame. | Installation views, "Endless", MCA Chicago. April 14, 2023 – April 14, 2024. Photo: Shelby Ragsdale, © MCA Chicago.

"Her work is carnal, polemical, and deliberately shocking, but this supremely skillful and thoughtful artist never takes...
04/06/2024

"Her work is carnal, polemical, and deliberately shocking, but this supremely skillful and thoughtful artist never takes herself too seriously." — The i Paper

"Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" opens today! Explore paintings, sculptures, drawings, and more from one of the most important painters of her generation. See Eisenman's work today!

Get tickets today!

https://visit.mcachicago.org/exhibitions/nicole-eisenman-what-happened/

Join us for our Talk on Puerto Rican Archives: Preserving Community Memory from April 5 and 6!This event is free with re...
04/05/2024

Join us for our Talk on Puerto Rican Archives: Preserving Community Memory from April 5 and 6!
This event is free with registration and takes place at The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture. This two-day symposium is focused on the political potency of Puerto Rican archives—both on the island and in the diaspora.

This two-day symposium focuses on the political potency of Puerto Rican archives—both on the island and in the diaspora.

Opening tomorrow!"Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" explores gender, identity, sexual politics, civic and governmental tur...
04/05/2024

Opening tomorrow!
"Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" explores gender, identity, sexual politics, civic and governmental turmoil; and protest and activism.
Tickets > https://mca.social/Eisenman

📸 Nicole Eisenman. "The Abolitionists in the Park," 2020-21. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Purchase, Green Family Art Foundation Gift, 2022. © Nicole Eisenman. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

"(Her) works often meld the autobiographical with an array of cultural and historical sources — such as Renaissance pain...
04/04/2024

"(Her) works often meld the autobiographical with an array of cultural and historical sources — such as Renaissance painting, underground comics, and 1930s socialist murals — intending to make sense of our ever-changing social and political landscape." —Hyperallergic.

See "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" this Saturday, April 6!
See it early and celebrate with us on April 5 at the Member's Preview on April 5. 🥂
https://mca.social/EisenmanPreview

“What Happened” showcases Eisenman’s ability to take on contemporary events with a style, vision, and anarchic sense of humor entirely her own.

Next month, May 4!Join us for the opening of "Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence.""Virginia Jaramillo: Princip...
04/04/2024

Next month, May 4!
Join us for the opening of "Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence."

"Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence" is the first major retrospective and largest monographic exhibition to date of the work of Virginia Jaramillo (b. 1939, El Paso, TX; lives in Hampton Bays, NY). Principle of Equivalence traces the artist’s practice from the mid-1960s through the present, featuring more than 40 abstract paintings and handmade paperworks that reveal her longstanding preoccupation with the relationships between the earthly and metaphysical realms.

Learn more 👉 https://mca.social/3vqJjGR

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Virginia Jaramillo, “Genesis,” 1969. Acrylic on canvas; 72 × 72 in. (182.9 × 182.9 cm). Courtesy the artist and Hales, London and New York. © Virginia Jaramillo. Photo: Paul Hester.

Virginia Jaramillo, “Anonymous Site #1-603,” 1990. Linen fiber with hand-ground earth pigments, mounted on canvas; 69 × 60 in (175.3 × 152.4 cm). Collection of Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri, Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection, Gift of the William T. Kepmer Charitable Trust, UMB Bank, n.a., Trustee, 1995.045.01. © Virginia Jaramillo. Photo: E.G. Schempf, 2023.

Virginia Jaramillo,” Zero Point,” 2023. Acrylic on canvas; 60 × 60 in. (152.4 × 152.4 cm). Courtesy of the artist, Pace Gallery, and Hales Gallery. © Virginia Jaramillo. Photo: Richard Gary, courtesy Pace Gallery.

In "Tremor," the theater is a cosmology: a vast universe where complex interconnections and the most elemental building ...
04/03/2024

In "Tremor," the theater is a cosmology: a vast universe where complex interconnections and the most elemental building blocks of performance (voice, light, body) take shape.

Join us on April 18—20 for Samita Sinha's latest performance work.
Tickets: https://mca.social/tremor

"I think it's really important to understand what your definition of success is, and also understand that however, you d...
04/02/2024

"I think it's really important to understand what your definition of success is, and also understand that however, you decide what that means to you, that it shifts and it changes." —Rebecca Morris
There are just FIVE more days left to see "Rebecca Morris: 2001 – 2022" before it closes on April 7. Grab tickets today! https://mca.social/469NLqi

📸 Installation view, "Rebecca Morris: 2001 – 2022," MCA Chicago. September 30, 2023 – April 7, 2024. Photo: Shelby Ragsdale, © MCA Chicago.

Your week ahead is all planned out with Newcity!Make sure to join us for our two-day symposium, "Puerto Rican Archives: ...
04/01/2024

Your week ahead is all planned out with Newcity!

Make sure to join us for our two-day symposium, "Puerto Rican Archives: Preserving Community Memory" on April 5 and 6 at The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture!

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This April at the MCA! 👇Save this list to plan your month with us!https://visit.mcachicago.org/events/🎬 4/3 - Screening ...
04/01/2024

This April at the MCA! 👇
Save this list to plan your month with us!
https://visit.mcachicago.org/events/

🎬 4/3 - Screening and Talk | David Lamelas: “This Is My Place”
https://mca.social/4cxzU0C

🥂 4/5 - Members’ Preview | “Nicole Eisenman: What Happened”
https://mca.social/3vt7nsI

♥ 4/5 – 6 Talk | Puerto Rican Archives: Preserving Community Memory
https://mca.social/49cYoJX

🎨 4/ 6 -Opening: “Nicole Eisenman: What Happened”
https://mca.social/Eisenman

📚 4/9 - Talk and Book Signing | Politics of Poetics: CAConrad
https://mca.social/4c7eE1D

🎉 4/11 - Vernissage 2024
https://mca.social/3vDlhZd

🌸 4/13 - Family Day | Spring Blooms
https://mca.social/4agPbkW

💃 4/18 – 20 - Samita Sinha, “Tremor”
https://mca.social/tremor

🎻 4/26-27 - Laura Ortman, “Smoke Rings Shimmers Endless Blur”
https://mca.social/49qZR0b

🧒4/27 - Día del Niño | Celebration of Children at Saucedo Elementary School
https://mca.social/3TOyRCo

🎙4/30 - Talk | Access Praxis: Ariella Granados
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Things are looking BRIGHT. 💗Brighten up your day at the MCA. 📸
03/31/2024

Things are looking BRIGHT. 💗
Brighten up your day at the MCA.
📸

1 More Week! 🎫 https://mca.social/Eisenman"Nicole Eisenman’s art is a lesson in what can be achieved if you are adventur...
03/30/2024

1 More Week! 🎫 https://mca.social/Eisenman

"Nicole Eisenman’s art is a lesson in what can be achieved if you are adventurous, alert, and unafraid. The confidence and daring of her paintings and sculpture keep tripping you up as you move through this wonderfully q***r sprawl of an exhibition." —The Guardian.

"Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" opens on April 6. Tap the link to join us. https://mca.social/Eisenman

📸 Nicole Eisenman, "Beer Garden with A.K.", 2009. De Ying Foundation. Photo: Bryan Conley, © 2023 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh. | Nicole Eisenman, "Coping," 2008. Collection of Igor DaCosta and James Rondeau, courtesy Galerie Barbara Weiss. Photo: Bryan Conley, © 2023 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh. | Nicole Eisenman. "Long Distance," 2015. Private Collection, NY, courtesy Anton Kern Gallery. Image courtesy Hauser & Wirth.

Spring into colorful activities at the MCA!Find activity books, stuffed animals, and other sweet surprises sure to put a...
03/30/2024

Spring into colorful activities at the MCA!
Find activity books, stuffed animals, and other sweet surprises sure to put a smile on anyone's face. Hop on over to the MCA Store! 🐰
https://mcachicagostore.org/collections/kids

03/29/2024

Closing soon on April 7.
"Rebecca Morris: 2001–2022" showcases how her work pushes against the historical foundation of her chosen medium and offers a glimpse into new ways forward for the constantly evolving and expanded field of painting.
https://mca.social/469NLqi

Get weekend-ready at the MCA!Members can see our next exhibition, "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" before it opens to th...
03/29/2024

Get weekend-ready at the MCA!
Members can see our next exhibition, "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" before it opens to the public on April 5 from 7 to 9 PM! Tap the link to join the MCA today!
https://mca.social/3vt7nsI

📸 Nicole Eisenman, "Sloppy Bar Room Kiss," 2011.Collection of Cathy and Jonathan Miller. Image courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Robert Wedemeyer.

Next Week!Join us on April 3 from 6 to 8 PM for the worldwide premiere of "This Is My Place", a fictional documentary ab...
03/28/2024

Next Week!
Join us on April 3 from 6 to 8 PM for the worldwide premiere of "This Is My Place", a fictional documentary about the itinerant life and conceptual artwork of artist David Lamelas. https://mca.social/4cxzU0C

Lamelas' sculpture, "Situacíon de cuatro placas de aluminio (Four Changeable Plaques)" (1966), is currently on view in "Endless."
"Endless" is closing soon on April 7! Make plans to see it after the screening!

Please note, that this event is at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago at 164 North State Street.

ASL is available upon request.

"Excerpts from FORCE! have been heard elsewhere, in venues ranging from Chicago’s Symphony Center to prisons, but the MC...
03/28/2024

"Excerpts from FORCE! have been heard elsewhere, in venues ranging from Chicago’s Symphony Center to prisons, but the MCA show presents the opera in its entirety for the first time." — WBEZ.

Learn more about the lead composer in "FORCE! an opera in three acts" ahead of its opening night tonight.

Excited for the performance season? Get 20% off when you buy tickets to 2 or more performances in Resonance. https://mca.social/resonance

Woods will see the fruits of one of her longest-germinating projects when FORCE!, a three-act opera, is staged at the Museum of Contemporary Art this month.

Next Month: Día del Niño | Celebration of Children on April 27.Tickets > https://mca.social/3TOyRCoThe Museum of Contemp...
03/27/2024

Next Month: Día del Niño | Celebration of Children on April 27.
Tickets > https://mca.social/3TOyRCo

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago announces its Día del Niño (Day of the Children) celebration, a neighborhood program that encourages participation in the arts beyond the museum.

This free event in the Little Village neighborhood will showcase local vendors, art, and performances at Saucedo Elementary School from 11am–2 pm on April 27.

Families are invited to partake in a day of art and fun while learning about migrant experiences and the many communities that call Chicago home. Participating artists include Mr. Pintamuro, Salvador Andrade, Sabina Ángeles from The Jacobo María Ángeles Workshop in Oaxaca, and more. MCA Educators will also be present to facilitate activities.

Raffles will take place during the celebration, with prizes including two pairs of General Admission tickets to the Sueños Music Festival.

This off-site event takes place at Saucedo Elementary School, 2850 W. 24th Blvd.

"To make sculpture means a life-long commitment, that’s what it means. It means to follow the direction of the work that...
03/27/2024

"To make sculpture means a life-long commitment, that’s what it means. It means to follow the direction of the work that I opened myself and to try to make the most abstract proposals inside of it." — Richard Serra

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Richard Serra, a monumental contemporary sculptor. Serra's legacy as a pioneering artist redefined the boundaries of sculpture and left a lasting impact on the art world.

Serra’s work has been included in at least 20 exhibitions at the MCA, such as the ground-breaking "Art by Telephone" exhibition in 1969 in which artists phoned in the instructions for their work to be created at the MCA.

Several of Serra's works reside in the MCA's permanent collection, including, "Prop," an 8 x 8-foot sheet of lead rolled to a pole form, which he used to prop a 5 x 5-foot square lead sheet against the wall. "Prop" was included in the MCA's 50th anniversary exhibition.

📸 By © Oliver Mark, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=73796011 | Instructions for Ricard Serra's work in "Art by Telephone." 1969 | Still from the "Art by Telephone" 16mm film by David Katzive | Richard Serra, "Prop," 1968. Lead antimony; 86 1/4 x 60 x 57 in. (219.1 x 152.4 x 148.8 cm). Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, gift of Mrs. Robert B. Mayer, 1978.44.a–b. © 2011 Richard Serra/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago

Object. Media. Form. Text."Descending the Staircase" allows guests to explore different depictions of the human form.Mak...
03/26/2024

Object. Media. Form. Text.
"Descending the Staircase" allows guests to explore different depictions of the human form.
Make plans to see it in person.https://mca.social/46xZfUT

📸Installation views: "Descending the Staircase," MCA Chicago. December 16, 2023 - August 25, 2024. Photo: Shelby Ragsdale, © MCA Chicago.

Call-for-Proposals! Sixty Inches From Center Midwest Arts Writers Fellowship.The deadline to apply is 11:59pm CST on Mar...
03/25/2024

Call-for-Proposals! Sixty Inches From Center Midwest Arts Writers Fellowship.

The deadline to apply is 11:59pm CST on March 27, 2024. Read more about the fellowship guidelines, eligibility, and application on our website.

The fellowship is a 6-month opportunity for two Midwest-based arts writers to develop, refine, and publish writings on topics that are resonant and relevant to Indigenous, trans, q***r, diasporic, and/or disabled artists, arts workers, and residents of our region.

What are the unique working conditions and challenges facing arts workers in the Midwest? Sixty is launching a Midwest Arts Writers Fellowship for two writers to explore these issues and more. Applications are now open!

Spend Spring Break at the MCA!Check out this list of ways to save at some of Chicago's best museums from WGN 9 Chicago -...
03/25/2024

Spend Spring Break at the MCA!
Check out this list of ways to save at some of Chicago's best museums from WGN 9 Chicago - 1948-Today.
Plan your visit to the MCA 👉 https://mcachicago.org

CHICAGO — Spring Break doesn’t always have to mean beaches and palm trees — or breaking the bank. For residents of Illinois, the city of Chicago offers plenty of great family activities. And …

"Chicago had always been really open to artists creating their own context and their own reality" —Rebecca Morris"Rebecc...
03/24/2024

"Chicago had always been really open to artists creating their own context and their own reality" —Rebecca Morris

"Rebecca Morris: 2001 – 2022" closes soon on April 7. Grab tickets to see it once more! https://mca.social/469NLqi

📷 Opening day of "Rebecca Morris: 2001 – 2022," MCA Chicago. September 30, 2023. Photo: Ricardo Adame.

2 More Weeks!Join us for the opening of "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" on April 6.Nicole Eisenman explores political, ...
03/23/2024

2 More Weeks!
Join us for the opening of "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" on April 6.

Nicole Eisenman explores political, economic, and social themes through her formally experimental and often-humorous portraits of daily life. Within paintings, drawings, and sculptures, she utilizes narrative and artistic process to address topics including economic crisis, the rise of far-right populism, and the ongoing climate emergency.

Find more details here: https://mca.social/3NVcwzv


📸 Nicole Eisenman, “Morning Studio,” 2016. The Hort Family collection. Image courtesy of the artist and Anton Kern Gallery, New York.

Shop new spring arrivals and crowd favorites at the MCA Store!From skate decks sporting Keith Haring's artwork to grabbi...
03/23/2024

Shop new spring arrivals and crowd favorites at the MCA Store!

From skate decks sporting Keith Haring's artwork to grabbing the exhibition catalog for "Rebecca Morris: 2001–2022," your spring refresh is just around the corner.

Tap to shop!
https://mcachicagostore.org/collections/new-arrivals

The Member's-only preview for "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" is just two weeks away!Join the MCA as a member today to ...
03/22/2024

The Member's-only preview for "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened" is just two weeks away!

Join the MCA as a member today to take advantage of perks like early access to ground-breaking exhibitions, discounts, and more!

Join us for cocktails and complimentary bites while for a first look at the MCA’s newest exhibition, "Nicole Eisenman: What Happened."

Sensory-Friendly Morning returns on March 31!This free program is  for all people who benefit from visiting the MCA with...
03/21/2024

Sensory-Friendly Morning returns on March 31!

This free program is for all people who benefit from visiting the MCA without large crowds and other sensitive environmental elements.
Free Registration 👉 https://mca.social/3Vf7BOH

📸 Installation view, "entre horizontes: Art and Activism Between Chicago and Puerto Rico," MCA Chicago. August 19, 2023 – May 5, 2024. Photo: Ricardo Adame.

Next week, March 31!Longtime friends and painters Amy Sillman and Rebecca Morris discuss works featured in Morris's MCA ...
03/20/2024

Next week, March 31!

Longtime friends and painters Amy Sillman and Rebecca Morris discuss works featured in Morris's MCA exhibition during this intimate in-gallery talk.

In-gallery access for this event is sold out. Please purchase museum admission to watch a seated livestream in the MCA Commons. https://mca.social/4a69thi

While you're here, stop by the MCA Store for Morris's first major monograph, filled with rich images of her celebrated works.

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