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Photos Through Foggy Glass: Same Street Scene, Infinite Different Views
How many different ways can this window look?
Interview: Carlos Javier Ortiz on We All We Got
Siretha White was celebrating her 11th birthday when a stray bullet ripped through the front window of her aunt’s Chicago...
Gangsters & Grifters: Gritty Crime Photos from the Archives of the Chicago Tribune
New book compiles vintage images of small time crooks and criminal masterminds of old-time Chi-town
Black and White and Blues: Chicago’s 1970s South Side Nightclub Scene
Within the tradition of 20th century documentary nightlife photography, Europe had Brassaï, Ed Van Der Elsken and Anders Petersen; Chicago...
On the Wall: Shomei Tomatsu in Chicago
With the relatively recent passing of Shomei Tomatsu, in May of this year the Japanese magazine Gendai Shiso (Modern Thought)...
Wayne Miller, Documenter Of Postwar Black Culture in Chicago, Dies
Wayne Miller, a Magnum photographer best known for his groundbreaking portrait of Chicago’s post-war black culture boom, died last week...
Exhibits to Watch in 2013: Irving Penn’s “Underfoot”
Irving Penn was one of the 20th century’s pre-eminent portraitists, defining perhaps more than any other photographer the elegant visual...
Mentor Series: Chicago
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