The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents Ania Jaworska’s first solo show, which runs concurrently with the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial. A trained architect and designer with an imaginative style, Jaworska uses humor and irony to consider the history of architecture and its impact on society through prints, drawings, scale models, and functional objects. The exhibition features two new projects that are distinct works of art and architectural proposals for larger structures. Jaworska explores a stage in the architect’s process—the creation of forms that might become larger, built structures. Organized by Grace Deveney, MCA Curatorial Fellow, the exhibition runs from August 25, 2015, to January 31, 2016. In the first project, Jaworska creates a site-specific installation of black sculptures that reference common architectural elements such as arches, obelisks,

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