Last week I was in the South Loop checking out the latest photo exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia University, the new exhibit Nollywood Portraits by Iké Udé is fantastic. Such vivid color, they feel more like metallic paintings than photos. On the third floor of the museum is the Fashion, Film & Fame exhibit…also great with photos by Robert Mapplethorpe, Nan Goldin, Irving Penn, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol and so many others. Definitely worth the trip.
As I approached the museum from the south side, I noticed some interesting perspectives of the nearby Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies. A vantage point I haven’t really paid attention to, I saw some interesting angles to play around with. I’m sharing the color versions here but, as always, I edited in B&W too. Check here for those and other perspectives from past visits.