Not to be overlooked next to the main Goldberg exhibition at the Art Institute is a thoughtful collection of photographs by architect Iker Gil and photographer Andreas Larsson on current living at Marina City. These photographs are a current study of the complex interaction of the design, how people live, and the everyday use of residential spaces at Marina City. More importantly, this work speaks to the larger issue of how people relate to design.
The show "Inside Marina City" is composed of some thirty carefully composed photographs. It has been well received both as a welcome addition to the nearby historical retrospective and as a cultural commentary on its own.