Explore photography, science, portraiture, and the art of observation in this extraordinary series of four exhibitions.
Known predominantly for paintings and drawings in tempera, watercolor, and ink, Chicago artist Lee Godie favored her own self-image as her principal subject.Explore this Exhibition
A dialogue between science and spiritualism.Explore this Exhibition
In the first museum exhibition of this body of work, the Massengill family photo collection demonstrates the role of photography in the recounting of daily lives.Explore this Exhibition
The unifying element of Photography and the Scientific Spirit is that all the works in the exhibition characterize invention and imagination in a manner described by Walt Whitman as “the scientific spirit.”Explore this Exhibition