An all-video exhibition is a first for the Museum and offers a nod to its movie theater past. All four galleries will be dimly lit, save for the glow of monitors and projectors illuminating the space to immerse the viewer. “Now Playing” presents a diverse group of artists who are deeply engaged with vital aspects of today’s culture and believe in art’s capacity to engage social discourse. Artists include Mark Bradford, Candice Breitz, Petra Cortright, Song Dong, Kota Ezawa, Mads Lynnerup, Christian Marclay, Shirin Neshat, Aaron Rothman, Mika Rottenberg and Diana Thater.
Admission: $10 adults, $7 students, seniors (65+) and veterans, and free for members and children under 15
Free on Thursdays and every second Saturday of the month