Kenneth Josephson MCA

Kenneth Josephson MCA Catalog

Kenneth Josephson MCA

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The Kenneth Josephson catalog was created to accompany the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago exhibition of the renowned American photographer Kenneth Josephson. Part of the Chicago community and a professor at the School of the Art Institute, Josephson was an iconic figure of "set-up photography" - arranging and manipulating objects to create his art. This retrospective displays Josephson's career, from early work influenced by Aaron Siskind at the Illinois Institute of Technology's Institute of Design to trademark photos of postcards, photographs, and painted backdrops married with outdoor scenes, to his Polaroid SX-70 camera work.

The exhibition, Kenneth Josephson Retrospective,   
was organized by Lynne Warren, Assistant Curator at the time.
John Hallmark Neff, Carl Chiarenza and Lynne Warren

John Hallmark Neff was an American art historian. David E. Finley fellow National Gallery Art, 1969-1972, Kingsbury fellow, 1966-1969; National Education Association grantee, 1979. He was the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 1978-1983.

Carl Chiarenza (born 1935) is an American art photographer. He works predominantly in black and white photography. He is currently the Fanny Knapp Allen Professor Emeritus of Art History, and Artist-in-Residence, at the University of Rochester.

Materials: Paperback

Size: 11" x 10"

Item 10076827
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