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Through his own trailblazing photographic work, the journals he edited and published, and the numerous exhibitions he organized at his New York galleries, Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946) vigorously...
Edward Steichen (American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973) was one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century—a pioneering champion of art photography and an innovator of fashion and...
See how portraits, like this daguerrotype of abolitionist Frederick Douglass, capture a person's appearance and...
Family Activity: Frame Your Portrait
Richard Cahan, historian, spoke about living with photographer Richard Nickel as a part of the symposium "From Fragment to Photograph—Interpreting Louis Sullivan's Architecture." He was introduced...
Audio Lecture: Living with Richard Nickel
A brief essay focusing on Lorna Simpson's Outline. Includes discussion questions and classroom activity suggestions.
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Outline</em> by Lorna Simpson
Jeffrey Plank, University of Virginia, presented his lecture "From Photograph and Fragment to History" as a part of the symposium "From Fragment to Photograph—Interpreting Louis Sullivan's...
Audio Lecture: From Photograph and Fragment to History
A brief essay focusing on Roy DeCarava's Dancers, New York. Includes discussion questions and classroom activity suggestions.
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Dancers, New York</em> by Roy DeCarava
By freely accessing, recombining, and duplicating source imagery, Roe Ethridge makes photographs about photography. Using varied formal, conceptual, and content-driven strategies he works in an “...
Video: Lecture with Roe Ethridge
Artist David Hartt uses photography, sculpture, video and installation to coolly capture environments that have been created around ideals. Recently relocated to Chicago, Hartt is already making...
Video: Lecture by David Hartt
"The Civil War in Art: Teaching and Learning through Chicago Collections" is intended to help teachers and students learn about the Civil War—its causes and effects—and connect to the issues, events...
Website: <em>The Civil War in Art: Teaching &amp; Learning through Chicago Collections</em>
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