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Gage Gallery

Black Summer: Race, Resistance and Resilience

Virtual Exhibit
Guest Curator: Vanessa Charlot

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About the Gallery

The Gallery serves the greater photographic community by being one of only a handful of galleries in the United States to exhibit documentary photography for the sole purpose of education. Past exhibits have included nationally and internationally known photographers including Eugene Richards, Noor’s Nina Berman and Jon Lowenstein, Edmund Clark, Milton Rogovin, VII’s Jessica Dimmock, and important emerging photographers. Opening receptions often feature an artist talk by the photographer. These talks take attendees behind the scenes providing insight on exhibited photos, the photographic process, and often a preview of the photographer’s upcoming projects.

Contact

425 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago IL, 60605

Hours
Closed until further notice

Michael Ensdorf, Founder and Director
312-341-6458
mensdorf@roosevelt.edu

Gallery Staff: 

LaShaundra Barnes, Digital Design
Kristin McKee, Research and Events
AJ Monroe, Research
Matthew Parsons, Digital Marketing
gagegallery@roosevelt.edu

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