Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Presents NICK CAVE RETROSPECTIVE—Preview

Museum of Contemporary Art NICK CAVE RETROSPECTIVE
Speak Louder, 2011

WHEN:

Thru October 2, 2022
Tues:10 am-9 pm
Wed-Sun: 10am-5pm

WHERE:

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
220 E Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60611

TICKETS:

Adults $15 (Discounts for Students and Teachers)

For tickets, visit the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago website

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents Nick Cave Retrospective, a career-spanning retrospective on the Chicagoan Nick Cave, an artist known for his projects that “blend community building with art that crosses disciplines, including immersive installations, textural sculptures, crafted fashions, and dynamic videos and performances,” a Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago spokesperson says. 

Highlights of the exhibition include never-before-seen works such as a continuation of Cave’s Soundsuits series with the premiere of Soundsuits 9:29, along with the site-specific installation Spinner Forest; comprised of thousands of kinetic spinners that hang in the museum’s two-story atrium and fourth-floor lobby. Leading up to the exhibition, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago releases sneak peeks of new works by Cave in the exhibition and behind-the-scenes glimpses into the artist’s collaborative creative process. 

Museum of Contemporary Art NICK CAVE RETROSPECTIVE
Soundsuit, 2011 Photo by Zachary Balber
Museum of Contemporary Art NICK CAVE RETROSPECTIVE
Arm Peace, 2018
Nick Cave Retrospective
Untitled, 2018
Nick Cave Retrospective
Wall Relief, 2013
Museum of Contemporary Art NICK CAVE RETROSPECTIVE
Bunny Boy, 2012
Museum of Contemporary Art NICK CAVE RETROSPECTIVE
Nick Cave Headshot Photo by James Prinz

For more information, visit the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago website.

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