Welcome to Chicago, Darling

Midwest
Friday, April 30, 2010
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(photo: courtesy MCA)

Today, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago announced the appointment of Michael Darling as the James W. Alsdorf Chief Curator. Darling is currently the modern and contemporary art curator at the Seattle Art Museum and was previously an associate curator at LA MOCA. “Michael Darling is the perfect creative leader to evolve the MCA as a preeminent contemporary art destination in terms of reputation, influence, relevance and visibility,” said Madeleine Grynstejn, the Prtizker Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, in a statement.

Darling replaces Elizabeth Smith who stepped down last year. Under Smith, the MCA organized or hosted numerous architecture exhibitions and programs including Sustainable Architecture in Chicago, Garofalo Architects: Between the Museum and the City, as well as serving as the Chicago venue for Buckminster Fuller: Starting with the Universe. Darling is well positioned to continue MCA’s architecture and design programming. While at MOCA he co-curated the exhibition The Architecture of R.M. Schindler.

One Response to “Welcome to Chicago, Darling”

  1. sarah says:

    thought this would interest you. my computer died .. i’m at brookline library’s computer while computer loft in allston tries to revive it. b

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