Tuesday, November 18, 2008

MOCP and Michael Wolf

As we host one of Chicago's own, Jason Salavon, here in Albuquerque tonight it seems only right that we should talk about art in Chicago. Here is the latest lowdown for the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College.

Voyeurism, Skyscrapers and Cubicles: Experience The Transparent City and Work/Place at MoCP

Michael Wolf: The Transparent City and the group exhibition Work/Place are on view now! Plan your visit today.

LECTURE: Michael Wolf
Thursday, November 20, 6:30pm @ Ferguson Lecture Hall, 600 S. Michigan Ave.

In his recent Transparent City series, Michael Wolf photographs Chicago architecture and examines the people that inhabit these buildings. Join us for a lecture by the Hong Kong-based artist, sponsored by the Photography Department’s Lectures in Photography series.

Thursday, November 20, 5-7 pm at MoCP

Please join us as we celebrate the opening of Michael Wolf: The Transparent City and Work/Place.

Friday, November 21, 12:30pm at MoCP

Please join exhibition curator Natasha Egan and exhibiting artists Mary Ellen Strom, Ann Carlson, and Karen Yama for a tour of Work/Place.

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