Faces, Places from a Chicago Photographer Now 90 Years Old
Her photos of Chicago people and places are in the collection of the Art Institute, the MCA, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Yet Barbara Crane has flown under the radar for much of her career that’s lasted nearly seven decades.
The photographer reached out to a pair of local galleries in advance of her 90th birthday. Chicago Tonight caught up with the artist.
The exhibition is called “Barbara Crane at Ninety.” It is on view at the Stephen Daiter Gallery in Chicago through May 19.
Note: This story originally aired on “Chicago Tonight” on April 2, 2018.