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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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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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