Came across this staircase while visiting the museum of contemporary art on a recent visit to Chicago. I believe more time was spent photographing different angles of this than exploring the museum in its entirety.
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Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, designed by architect Josef Paul Kleihues and completed in June 1996, is the first building made specifically for the MCA’s use since the institution’s founding in 1967. With almost seven times the square footage of the museum’s previous facility, the MCA building hosts a variety of programs that make use of its unique architectural features. The plaza has become a living stage for the museum’s public, with rotating installations and a seasonal farmers’ market; while the back terrace offers jazz overlooking the sculpture garden. With these opportunities to encounter art in almost every corner of the edifice, visitors from all over the globe have embraced the MCA as a vibrant and challenging forum for contemporary art and culture.