November 15, 2012
At the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tuesdays are free for state residents. This is a chance to discover one of Chicago's cultural gems. The MCA features the kind of "Huh? What?" art that induces head scratching and assertions that "My kid could have done that!" Mmmm, no. This is art with an edge, as the MCA occupies a fascinating role as a place where you can see artists who might, down the line, have their works migrate to the Art Institute of Chicago. Don't miss the latest work in "Martin Creed Plays Chicago," an ongoing residency by the British artist who creates a different site-specific work each month.
10 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday, 220 E. Chicago Ave.; 312-280-2660 or mcachicago.org