Nina Wexelblatt was a Curatorial Assistant until 2019. She was also the 2016–17 Marjorie Susman Curatorial Fellow at the MCA.
- Chicago Works:Jessica Campbell–
- Short A lopsided man who appears inebriated sits jauntily in a chair. One of his hands holds a smoking cigar while the other rests on the curvaceous butt of a nearby woman who stands, painting on an easel.
- Chicago Works:Mika Horibuchi–
- Short A vertical painting portrays a close-up view of a light blue, satiny fabric.
- Long This hyperrealistic painting captures the variance in light and dark tones in the reflective fabric, which is folded vertically upon itself like a curtain drawn aside. At the bottom of the painting, the fabric stops, with a slightly different texture on its finished ends.
- I Was Raised on the Internet–
- Short A blond toddler stands in a white room amid a mess of upturned, damaged computer equipment.
- Woman with a Camera–
- Short A square, wooden board precariously balanced on books leans against a white wall in a room with a hardwood floor scattered with photos.
- little lower layer–
- Short Dark gray, cloud-like shapes spread diffusely across a field of deep blue. Near the center, a starburst shape of deep red and orange emerges. Tiny white dots cover the entire image, occasionally connected to one another by faint dotted white lines.
- Curator Tour: Mika Horibuchi–TalksFree With Admission
- Short A muted watercolor painting of two red and green fruits with large leaves.
- Long The painting is affixed at its four corners, centered against a larger, roughly textured tan surface. The two fruits are set against a light background, casting mauve shadows against an implied surface. Both the fruits themselves and their leaves share various shades of sage green and pale orange, while the base of the fruits is a more vivid salmon red. At the bottom right corner of the painting appears the date "2017/05/16" in small numerals.
- Curator Tour: I Was Raised on the InternetTalksFree With Admission
- Short Two people lay on the floor beneath a tent-like structure made from two large digital screens. Their heads are hidden beneath the screens.