360 CHICAGO Observation Deck has drawn guests from around the world with its unparalleled views overlooking a stunning city, lakefront and skyline. Now, guests can turn their eyes inward and experience Apart, Together.
Apart, Together is a retrospective exhibit that spotlights the work of eight Chicago photographers whose images captured the resilience, the challenge and the human qualities of millions who faced COVID and social unrest during 2020, a year like no other. The exhibit features 21 compelling images hung in the Skywalk windows at 360 CHICAGO through April. Entry to enjoy this exhibit is included with the price of general admission.
Chicago photographers included in the exhibition include: Colin Boyle, Danielle Braun, Khoa A. Dao, Chris Datskos, Christopher Mariano, Paul Martin, Harvey Pullings II, and Alex Qian.
This will be the first of 360 CHICAGO’s photography exhibits that will focus on local artists capturing the importance of social change and positive movement forward. In May, the first solo artist exhibition will feature the work of Harvey Pullings, II, one of the featured artists during Apart, Together and a native of the south side of Chicago’s Chatham community and Princeton Park.
Featured Image by Artist Chris Datskos.