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Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP)

Mocp
District
Michigan Avenue
Specialties
Photography
Address
Columbia College Chicago
600 S. Michigan
Chicago, IL 60605
Telephone
312-663-5554
Email
mocp@colum.edu
Website
www.mocp.org
Social
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  • https://twitter.com/MoCP_Chicago
  • instagram.com/mocpchi
  • Hours
    Mon-Sat 10-5; Thurs 10-8; Sun 12-5

    As the leading photography museum in the Midwest, the MoCP has established a reputation for broadening the visual arts by introducing new national and international talent to the public, with recent exhibitions featuring the work of leading Dutch fashion photographer Viviane Sassen and renowned Chinese artist and photo activist Ai Weiwei.

    Founded by Columbia College Chicago in 1976 as an intimate and comprehensive visual study center for students, educators, and general audiences alike, MoCP presents public programs and exhibitions that foster a greater understanding of the artistic, cultural, and political implications of the image in our world today. In 2018, the Museum brings to Chicago the environmental photography of Lucas Foglia and the multifaceted photo collages of Ralph Arnold, as well as group exhibitions addressing themes of Afro-futurism and black identity.

    Now in its 42nd year, the MoCP continues to offer a stimulating and innovative forum for the collection, creation, and examination of contemporary images from diverse aesthetic traditions and technologies.


    Events Calendar

    Ongoing:

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    Lecture in Photography: Lesley A. Martin

    Artist Talks & Panel Discussion — 6:00pm - 7:30pm

    Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP)

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    In Their Own Form

    Exhibition and Opening Reception — through

    Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP)

    Upcoming:

    Tuesday, June 12

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    FIRST LOOK: Fine Print Party

    Galas & Special Event and Event — 6:00pm - 8:30pm

    Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP)

    Thursday, July 19