Greenough, Sarah. 1994. “Robert Frank: Moving Out.” Essays by Philip Brookman, Martin Gasser, W. Simone Di Piero, and John Hanhardt. Exh. cat. National Gallery of Art/Scalo. p. 180. (other print of this image)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” March 20–May 30, 1976. (Miles Barth)
Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, “Robert Frank: Moving Out, 1944-1994,” September 27–December 31, 1994; traveled to Minatomirai, Japan, Yokohama Museum of Art, February 11–April 9, 1995; Zurich, Switzerland, Kunsthaus Zurich, June 29–August 20, 1995; Amsterdam, Netherlands, Stedelijk Museum, September 9–October 29, 1995; New York, New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, November 15, 1995–February 11, 1996; and Los Angeles, California, The Lannan Foundation, March 2–May 19, 1996.
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Subject is Music: Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” September 28–December 1, 1996. (Sylvia Wolf)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Bystander: A History of Street Photography,” December 10, 1994–April 16, 1995; traveled to the San Jose Museum of Art, January 16–April 4, 1999. (Colin Westerbeck)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Object as Subject,” February 17–May 20, 2001. (David Travis)
Art Institute of Chicago, “What Am I Looking At: Robert Frank Photographs,” November 2, 2002-February 2, 2003. (Elizabeth Siegel)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Hot Streaks,” February 21–May 2, 2004. (David Travis)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Far from Home: Photography, Travel, and Inspiration,” January 20–May 6, 2007. (Elizabeth Siegel and Newell G. Smith) (Gallery 1)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Of National Interest: Photographs from the Collection,” September 13, 2008–January 11, 2009. (Katherine A. Bussard and Gregory Harris)
Art Institute of Chicago, Gallery 10 Permanent Collection Rotation #14, May 12-October 28, 2018.
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