Part of yesterday afternoon was spent a the Art Institute gazing at and pondering the Moholy-Nagy: Future Present exhibit.

For Moholy, every citizen could be creative, and every viewer could educate his or her senses by studying effects of light, transparency, and motion in common materials of everyday modern life.

— From the Art Institute’s description of the exhibit

A couple of snapshots from a walk along Michigan Avenue later in the evening.

One Prudential Plaza, 130 E. Randolph Street.


Crain Communications Building, 160 North Michigan Ave


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