chicago: urban china - informal cities

urban china is a chinese magazine that focuses issues of urbanism published in and about china through photojournalism, geography, architecture, graphic design, anthropology, statistics, and historical research, and investigates how its booming cities function today. currently on at the museum of contemporary art is the urban china - informal cities exhibition, an interesting multidisciplinary data collection and analysis, captured in a series of articles, interviews, photographs, and visually compelling diagrams [on until apr 3]. location: 220 east chicago avenue [near north side].
© museum of contemporary art / photography: nathan keay