Since 1991, Mark Sealy has served as director of Autograph ABP, the Association of Black Photographers, based in Shoreditch, London. He has written for a number of international photography publications, including Foam Magazine (Amsterdam), Aperture (New York), and in 2002, published Different, a book project focused on photography and identity. Sealy is currently a PhD candidate at Durham University, England. His research and curatorial practice focus on photography and cultural violence. Lectures in Photography are co-presented by the MoCP and the Department of Photography at Columbia College Chicago.
Join the MoCP for the opening reception for In Real Life. ...Read more
Join internationally-renowned artist Xu Bing for a very special screening of his feature film Dragonfly Eyes (2017). Composed from more than 10,000 hours of footage ...Read more
Exhibiting artist Stephanie Dinkins is known for creating platforms for dialogue about artificial intelligence (AI) as it intersects race, gender, aging, and our future histories. ...Read more
In conjunction with the annual College Art Association conference, this live recording of the MoCP podcast Focal Point will feature a discussion between LGBTQ artists ...Read more
Museum of Contemporary Photography
Get to know the museum’s collection with this ongoing series of public print viewings. Drop in to learn about some of the museum’s best works ...Read more