The opening ceremony for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s 50th anniversary celebration.
The most surreal event I’ve ever photographed would have to be the 50th anniversary celebration for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. It was a complete sensory overload in the best way possible — there was dancing, music, public performances, and gallery talks of all sorts. The crowds were electric, and it was such a great time!
Cheryl Lynn Bruce leads a gallery discussion at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago during their 50th anniversary celebration.
Art by Snapchat by Brendan Fernandes — a dance performance directed through Snapchat.
The performers in Art by Snapchat shared their space with Felix — a 26-foot-tall skeleton of a fictional cat, created by Maurizio Cattelan
Beautiful, art-inspired cakes on display by Emily Nejad
Open 24 Hours by Edra Soto
Rehearsals for Ways of Being by Rachel Ellison.
The South Shore Drill Team performs outside of the MCA.
Whistle Hang Out by Liz McCarthy.
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