photography

Threshold

Catalog Number: 
Magazine Threshold
Date: 
1992
Volume: 
12
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
Threshold is an annual literary magazine published by DePaul University. Contributors to the magazine are DePaul faculty, students, and staff.
Language: 
English
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Threshold

From A Position

Catalog Number: 
Book, Graham, Maxwell G.
Date: 
May 2009
Abstract: 
A documentation of the Contemporary Arts Council's (of Evanston, IL) 15th annual exhibition of new and emerging Chicago based artists. Presents artwork exploring the relationships of figure and ground, literally and metaphorically. Artwork presented shares a well defined graph of distances between subjects and objects which always portray a place, person, or idea which exists as a spatial and temporal background to the foregrounded object of art.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Date assumed from exhibition showing dates. Abstract compiled from front masthead and introductory words.
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Yesterday: When I Was Younger...: Oak Park, River Forest Oral History

Catalog Number: 
Book, Brooke, Lee
Date: 
1989
Abstract: 
A collection of oral histories of descendant of Oak Park and River Forest's oral histories. Oral histories address a broad spectrum of topics ranging from farming, log cabins, Ernest Hemingway, the women's rights' movement and schools. Over 150 photographs accompany the interviews to provide an oral history of a visual picture of early village life.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from back cover.
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Our Chicago, Faces and Voices of the City

Catalog Number: 
Book, Richard Younker
Date: 
1987
Edition: 
First Edition
Abstract: 
This book is a series of candid portraits accompanied by poetry and monlogues given by the subjects. The words of some have been mixed and matched with others to tell new and differnt stories that still represent the collective Chicago Younker seeks to represent.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
The author was born and raised, and educated in Chicago. He had been working as a freelance photographer for thirteen years at the time of publication. His work appeared in the magazines of the Chicao-Sun TImes and Chicago Tribune Magazines respectively.
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ISSN/ISBN: 
1556520220

Pregnant

Catalog Number: 
Book Bross
Date: 
2006
Abstract: 
A collection of self-portrait photos by Chicago photographer Suzette Bross, all taken in the last stages of her 2003 pregnancy with her daughter. "[T]his project considers the implications of the most radical physical changes her pregnancy produced" (from the introduction, by art historian James Yood of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago).
Language: 
English
Format: 
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ISSN/ISBN: 
0965995089

Poetry East: "Snapshots: Poets on Photos from the Past"

Catalog Number: 
Magazine Poetry East
Date: 
Spring 2008
Issue: 
61
Abstract: 
Poetry East is an international magazine of poetry, translations, criticism, interviews, and art. Poetry East is an independent magazine affiliated with DePaul University, whose support is gratefully acknowledged. The theme of Number 61 is poets writing verse about photographs from their pasts, included alongside the poems.
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
01974009

Intersections: A Collection of Photographs by Doug Fogelson

Catalog Number: 
Book Fogelson
Date: 
2005
Abstract: 
Catalog of photographs by Chicago artist Douglas Fogelson, focusing on the elements of his art that are about the intersection and layering of time and individuals. Includes curriculum vitae.
Language: 
English
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Altered Ink: Thoughts in a Stream

Catalog Number: 
Book, Zitny, Brooke
Date: 
2000
Edition: 
1
Abstract: 
Continued contributors: Shaun Martin, Nicole Chicane, Kimberely Norris, Steve Simon, Angelique Renaux, Kiley O'Brien, Angelia Siener, Rebecca Knights, Stacey Ochampaugh, Bradley Quandt, Tyler Grant, Jenny Armstrong, Christyn Heffron, Steve Simon, Melissa Murphy, Cassy St. Clair, Marques Morel, Jenna Haymond, Pat Simon, Sonya Paschedag, Chris Stevenson, Nick Galzin Thoughts from poetry, short stories, artwork and photography.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Misprint on page 22
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Route 66 in Chicago

Catalog Number: 
Other Bergstrom, Matt
Date: 
2009
Abstract: 
"The most famous highway in America starts in the center of Chicago. For over 2400 miles it winds west through little towns, plains mountains and deserts, all the way to L.A., California. The first few miles of the journey zigzag down busy streets of the city. Here and there are old roadside businesses dating from the picturesque days of auto tourism along the Mother road. Read the story of this historic travel route in the enclosed booklet, and see the sights along the way in three-dimensional photographs."
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from back cover. Contains 3-D View-Master photographs and a booklet.
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9780984343829
Item Donor: 
Matt Bergstrom

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