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David Bowie Exhibit Makes Its Only US Stop at MCA Chicago

Image via Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Image via Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

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David Bowie Is opens tomorrow at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the exhibit has traveled from London to Toronto, Brazil, and Berlin, making its only US stop in Chicago. David Bowie Is will stay through January 4th, before continuing onto Paris.

The exhibition follows his evolution as an artist and performer, starting with his teenage years in the 1950s to the early 2000s when he retired from touring and highlights his influence on fashion, sound, graphics, theater, and film. Visiting this exhibit will be a must! Tickets are available online.

For Bowie fans visiting from out of town or residents looking for the a Bowie-filled staycation, Thompson Chicago is running a special offer in conjunction with the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. The package includes two VIP tickets to the David Bowie Is exhibit and private Meet & Greet by a MCA Museum Concierge.
· David Bowie Is [Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago]
· Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago [Official Site]

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

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