This smallish museum will repay your effort to get there. The regular exhibits focus on lesser known artists, but many of the post-modern works are very good, and accompanied by text that provides interesting historical context of the period in which they were created. The special exhibit of works by Chaz Borjoquez, based on graffiti, was uneven - a couple of very interesting pieces and a lot that left us cold.
Unfortunately we arrived too late in the day to cover the entire museum. Give yourself two hours minimum. Take the pink line to 18th street and walk about 2.5 blocks in the safe, working class Pilsen neighborhood to the museum. There are several excellent choices for lunch or dinner along 18th Street.
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