Category Archives: Exhibitions

Philip Gefter on Chinese Photographer Hai Bo

On the Daily Beast, Philip Gefter has a new essay on Chinese photographer Hai Bo. Gefter is the author of Photography after Frank and former picture editor for the New York Times. He writes of Hai Bo, “One image, Passing … Continue reading

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On Topographics, Street Photogaphy and Lewis Sullivan

Perhaps it’s just me. But when I visited three separate exhibitions and a single piece in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago they meshed into a larger reflection on the context,  connections and cross-pollinating influences of street … Continue reading

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Overwhelmed by Henri

Too much. That was my first reaction after seeing the Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibit at the Chicago Art Institute. With nearly 300 photographs to view, the exhibit is overwhelming. In fact, there were times when I had to resist the urge … Continue reading

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Cartier-Bresson in Chicago through Oct. 2010

From the Chicago Tribune of Sunday, Aug. 8, review by Lauren Viera: “Forget about his three years as a German prisoner of war, or the fact that, presumed dead thereafter, he resurfaced to contribute to what was meant to be … Continue reading

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