Franklin Street Bridge
Harold Washington Library
(black and white photographs)
Location: Second Floor, Conference Room
Through the creative use of his lens, Chicago photographer
Edward Daniel presents three architecturally arresting
views of popular Chicago landmarks.
The Franklin Street
Bridge is awash in winter—reflecting typical Chicago
Thick, abstract curves of Jean DuBuffet's
Monument with Standing Beast contrast and frame the geometric
lines of the skyscraper in the background.
depicting an owl perched atop the Harold Washington
Public Library building provides the perfect foil to the
granite and brick structure.
Daniel began documenting Chicago
street scenes over twenty years ago and now works on
commercial assignments and art photography. His works have
in various periodicals and he has exhibited at galleries
in Illinois, Michigan, and Utah.