Noir photography is a spin-off of film noir, a genre of Hollywood thriller or crime movies that were popular in the 1940s and 1950s. The genre is marked by its cynicism and dark atmosphere, reflecting the anxiety of American society after World War II.
In this climatic time in our history, 6 Chicago photographers have collaborated for a group exhibition at Oliva Gallery, with the opening slated for Friday July 10th from 5-8 PM. Masks required. The artists are Akira, Doug Boehm, Kevin Byrne, Pauline Kochanski, Jon Randolph and Daphne Walsh.
Opening Reception is Friday July 10 5-8 PM.