The interactive art installation is Chicago’s very own selfie playground.
Chicago’s abundance of iconic landmarks, striking architecture, and photo-friendly spots around the city have long provided picturesque subjects for trigger-happy tourists and a thriving photography community. So much so, in fact, that Chicago was recently acknowledged as one of the top 10 most Instagrammable places in the world.
With the global pandemic limiting movement, we’ve been treated to sparser streets that have provided better photo opportunities, and yet still… snapping a unique photo of the Bean or a clear shot of the Chicago Theatre can often become a waiting game dependent on extreme circumstances.
The latest exhibition to come to Chicago, however, offers a rich array of optimum photo ops that depend on nothing but you and your camera. The exclusive range of fun photo ops have been meticulously curated just for the ‘Gram with everything from artsy color-coordinated recreations to polychromatic backdrops.
Magic Selfies is an immersive art installation and Chicago’s very own selfie playground created to offer the absolute perfect conditions for taking unique and iconic photos. With over 10 magic curated rooms and over 20 walls of all different shapes and layouts, you can be sure you’ll have a backlog of awesome photos to work through once you’re done.
From riding atop a unicorn to reclining in a toy duck-infested bath, a plethora of photo-friendly setups are waiting to be enthusiastically exploited.
Immerse yourself in the fun interactive selfie playground for only $25. The exhibit is open Wednesday through Sunday at the Roosevelt Collection and will operate with a series of health and safety measures to ensure the safest possible environment for all involved.