One of the three major galleries in the United States. Chicago's plutocracy was strong in the old economy. Many famous products from Europe have been purchased in superb dollars. Later, it gathered here and became a pleasant exhibition hall. It is very worth visiting. There are many works of everyone.
It is known as one of the three major art galleries in the United States. Art galleries are free to enter after 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. It is suggested to find a fast-food restaurant near Millennium Park before you go in. If you go in at 5 p.m., you should be able to finish shopping at 9 p.m.
The Chicago Museum of Art, with its high-level collection of Near Eastern art, has many kinds, exhausted and has not finished visiting. No comment on the works of art, all want to have a close look. Unfortunately, there are too many treasures, which are unexpected and full of eyesight.
The museum is very close to the Water Tower Plaza Building and the Michigan Avenue shopping area. When we visited, there were three exhibits, one of which basically used a room. There's plenty of space, but to that extent - so don't expect a lot of space in the Academy of Arts (but MCA adults only need $12). Art is not as adventurous as it is in some places, but it is still the real eccentricity, abstraction and politics of our time. An hour is enough.
The MCA is an innovative and compelling center of contemporary art where the public can experience the work and ideas of living artists, and understand the historical, social and cultural context of the art of our time.The museum boldly interweaves exhibitions, performances, collections, and educational programs to excite, challenge, and illuminate our visitors and offer insight into the creative process.The MCA engages diverse audiences and creates a sense of community by providing a place to contemplate and discuss contemporary art and culture and issues of our day.
You can't come to Chicago and pass up on the chance to see the Museum of Contemporary Art of the MCA as it's referred to locally. Tuesdays admission is free for Chicago residents and all you need for proof of residency is to tell them your zip code. The exhibitions are always incredible. The museum store has awesome art books and gift ideas. If you get hungry Puck's Cafe has a great hummus dip.
Do you have 3 hours to spare? Are you looking for some interesting art to check out? This place is the place for you. The exhibits we saw were quite exciting! The space is well curated and definitely well thought out. Not sure what it's like during the week, the weekend wasn't too crowded with people, so we enjoyed lots of time to ponder the art and wander the areas.