Founded in 1984, the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College (Chicago) works to collaborate with artists, photographers, communities, and institutions throughout the region and across the world. On their homepage, visitors can peruse information about their upcoming events and lectures, learn about their classes, and also view some selected materials from their collection. The "Collection Highlights" contains works by Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Dave Jordano, and Mark Klett, and each photographer profile includes a brief biographical essay and a selection of their images. Finally, visitors can also read up on the Museum's visiting hours and current gallery exhibitions. They may also want to look over their online shop, which features fine prints, books, and exhibition catalogues.


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