Changing Chicago.
A Photodocumentary.

Photographs by James Newberry, Angela Kelly, and many others. Texts by Naomi Rosenblum and Larry Heinemann.
University of Illinois Press, Champaign, 1989. 224 pp., 52 color and 138 b&w illustrations,, 9¾x12".

The Changing Chicago Project was inspired by the work of the Farm Security Administration in Illinois, and attempts to go beyond the postcard-like views of familiar sights in this major industrial city. The book is a collection of contrasting visual statements--detached, informative, satirical, celebratory, even inspiring--that honor past traditions, reflect present concerns and offer an exciting new potential for documentary photography in American culture.

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