Don’t want to deal with the mobs at the MCA’s big Bowie exhibit? A quieter show featuring the Thin White Duke is happening on the northwest side. In “Warhol, Reed, and Bowie,” Jefferson Park’s Ed Paschke Art Center is displaying select shots of that trinity of enigmatic pop figures from the massive catalog of Zelig-like photographer Steve Schapiro, a New York native who after a quarter century in Los Angeles moved to Chicago seven years ago. Continue reading >>
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