An overview of the Dan Kiley exhibit and lecture at the Chicago Architecture Foundation.
Earlier this year I helped the Chicago Architecture Foundation by photographing a lecture event for their Dan Kiley exhibit. If you’ve ever been to the South Garden at the Art Institute of Chicago, then you’re familiar with some of his work.
Connecting Art with Advocacy
My photographs capture the beauty of the Chicago lakefront, but they also represent a link between the ecology of the Great Lakes and our human dependency on the environment.
The perception is that our region possesses a seemingly endless abundance of water — but this misconception distracts from the fragility of this freshwater ecosystem and undermines its importance.
Using art as a pathway for discovery, I invite you to embrace the aesthetic joy I find while exploring the lakefront — and learn more about the natural world surrounding us.