Relative Exposure: Photographs of Family

Relative Exposure: Photographs of Family is an exhibition of recent photographs that looks at the American family. Each of the photographers in the exhibition provides a look at the meaning of family and the various ways in which this most intimate of relationships can be visualized and experienced. Avoiding the maudlin or the overly sentimental, the photographers in this exhibition reveal family as a complicated social and personal construct.

This exhibition was on view in the 310 conTEMPORARY Gallery, a collaborative project space between the Columbia College Chicago Photography Department and the Hyde Park Art Center. This exhibition was part of the Chicago Loop Alliances’ Pop Up Art Loop initiative. The gallery was located at 310 S. Michigan Avenue (and Jackson), Chicago, IL.

  • December 16, 2010 – January 29, 2011
  • 310 conTEMPORARY Gallery
Photograph from Relative Exposure: Photographs of Family

Featured Artists

Nick Albertson, Matt Austin, Latrice Dixon, Aron Gent, Julie Jones, Heather Kouros, Natalie Krick, and Eric Pickersgill.

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