Museum Of Contemporary Art Chicago A Stage For Artistic Excellence
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, founded in 1967, is a well-known art museum in Chicago. This art museum is considered as one among the world’s greatest modern art venues. The collections of the museum comprise of a wide variety of visual arts items of the Post Second World War. The main feature of the museum is that, it has served as a host for famous debut exhibitions involving several solo museum display and U.S exhibitions. Sculptures, video, photography installation, painting, contemporary art etc are included in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago hosted several exhibitions in the earlier stage, which were famous for its excellence. In 1978, the stage also hosted solo exhibitions of a few famous artists like Frida Kahlo. “The Perfect Moment”, a roaming exhibition arranged via the Philadelphian Institute of Contemporary Art in 1989 was also famous among the major exhibitions. In the year 2006, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago was the only museum hosted the “Massive Change” of Bruce Mau, which included the economic, political and social outcomes. The performances of the artist from the various parts of different nations include dance, art, music and other theatrical excellence. The museum is famous for gallery exhibitions and other recent cultural and artistic presentations. Choreographers and artist from different countries come here to exhibit and perform their art forms.
In 2011, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago celebrated its 15th birthday as the museum of contemporary art stage. The stage witnessed featured performances based on regional, national and international dance, music, theatre, multimedia and movie performances in its history of 15 years. It became branded as the famous lively interdisciplinary art host in Chicago. The renowned performances on the stage include presentations by Ireland’s Abbey Theater, Trisha Brown Dance Company, Elevator Repair Service, and Olafur Arnalds.