In January, the Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP) marks its 40th anniversary. In celebration, the spring exhibition MoCP at 40 will draw from the museum’s permanent collection of over 13,000 works to explore the institution’s role as a hub of photographic research and education.
MoCP at 40 will highlight the breadth of photographic processes represented in the collection, from analogue methods dating back to the invention of the medium, to contemporary cutting edge techniques. Also on view will be a selection of works from the Midwest Photographer’s Project (MPP), including a site-specific installation by Chicago-based artist Aimée Beaubien.
MoCP at 40 runs January 28 – April 10, 2016. Exhibition details and event information available at mocp.org