At the Art Institute of Chicago
The photos in the gallery follow a loosely sequential order. Starting from the first photo in front of the Michigan Avenue entrance to the Art Institute, then going inside to the older Beaux Arts style of the original museum, the photos wend their way through late 19th century impressionism galleries. Next the style and mood changes in photos taken in the new modern wing. Lastly, the photos move back to the original building.
Since the Institute has a small collection of well-known Magritte paintings, I started the sequence with a photo that reminds me of the work of Magritte. One of the last photos shows a view of Millennium Park and skyscrapers that you can see from the North windows of the third floor gallery in the modern wing of the institute.