The Chicago Project
1st Edition, 2003
University of Chicago
Dawoud Bey’s The Chicago Project, a multifaceted and fluid photographic exploration of teenage identity. As part of an intensive 12-week artist residency that began in November 2002, the Chicago-based photographer led 12 teenagers through a creative and critical investigation of the ways that identity is shaped, portrayed, and expressed in contemporary culture. Published to accompany an exhibition at the University of Chicago, the book features photos, interviews and written statements by the teenagers about themselves and their lives. Includes the original CD of audio portraits.
Condition: Very good (minor wear to cover)
127 pages, 24 × 24cm