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Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art Renovation Will Cater to a Wider Public

[if lt IE 9]><![endif] AAM Site Certifier starts plowing AAM Site Certifier stops plowing StartFragmentA renovation of Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is intended to reintroduce the museum to a wider public, just when the project’s designers, the Los Angeles firm of Johnston Marklee, will be reintroducing themselves as artistic curators of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, set to open a few months after the renovation’s completion. Now under construction, the $16 million project will convert 12,000 square feet of interior space into free and publicly accessible cultural and social venues. It’s scheduled to be complete this June, in time for the museum’s 50th anniversary.EndFragment

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