Vivian Maier took more than 100,000 photographs of Chicago’s streets when she wasn’t working as a nanny. To label her as a street photographer, however, oversimplifies her massively varied body of work.
by Stephen Urchick •
“Multiple Exposures” achieves in the gallery what Jane Fulton Alt’s photography critique group accomplishes behind closed doors.
by Emily Holland •
“The Last Pictures,” Trevor Paglen’s most recent art installation, is a collection of carefully curated photos that you will likely never ever see.
by Tobi Haslett •
John Neff’s photographs, currently on display at the Renaissance Society, grasp at a strange, wistful history.
by Jane Fentress •
A group photography show, the “Space of the Encounter” examines everyday human interactions, the spaces in which they occur, and the relationship between each space and its inhabitants.
by Tyler Leeds •
“No Place Like Home” examines the “dissonances between the ideal and the reality of home,” according to a statement written by the show’s curator, Dawoud Bey. To the dismay of audiences everywhere, Bey claims, “the secure, idealized place [Dorothy] wishes to return to is one that exists largely as a mythic and nostalgic construct.” In other words, there really is no place like home.