It’s an exciting time for Chicago’s contemporary art scene. At least Hamza Walker, curator of the Renaissance Society and recipient of the 2010 Ordway Prize, thinks so. “This is a moment for Chicago,” says Walker. “Madeleine Grynsztejn has become the Phil Jackson of museum directors. She’s assembling her all-star team: Michael Darling, Naomi Beckwith and Dieter Roelstraete.” While the new curatorial team at the Museum of Contemporary Art has garnered a lot of attention, the art world has also migrated here to see three significant exhibitions that have charged Chicago with new energy.