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‘Pilgrims’ in an urban land: An interview with photographer Zbigniew Bzdak

'Pilgrims' in an urban land: An interview with photographer Zbigniew Bzdak
Zbigniew Bzdak’s adventures as a professional photographer have sent him across the globe. He is a staff photographer with the Chicago Tribune and has covered major assignments such as the war in Iraq and Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. Bzdak settled in the U.S. after emigrating from Poland in 1979 to photograph Latin American rivers. His photography has been published in National Geographic,... 

Spotlight: The Chicago Photography Center

Spotlight: The Chicago Photography Center
The Chicago Photography Center has been offering classes in photography in the city’s Lakeview neighborhood for close to 10 years. It grew out of a program in 1969 at the Jane Addams Community Center. Its classes in film and digital photography cover all levels, from amateur through professional. But the center’s reach doesn’t stop there. It aims to nurture the photographic community... 

Out in the Cold: Winter through the lens of the Chicago Photography Collective

Out in the Cold: Winter through the lens of the Chicago Photography Collective
Endurance in unforgiving conditions. That is the way of nature — and the way of Chicago — in winter. Members of the Chicago Photography Collective delved into the season of extremity in their most recent exhibit Out in the Cold, which finished its run Jan. 28 in the Loop. Images from different genres — from street to abstract photography — portray urban and natural worlds that are equal parts... 
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