Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman

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Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman collaborate on photographic projects that address the confluence of history, myth and popular culture. Their collaborative practice developed from their work at the Institute of Design and in the alternative art world. Their photographs are in public and private collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, Walker Art Center, Museum of Contemporary Photography and Milwaukee Art Museum and most recently included in Review Santa Fe 100 and exhibitions at Schneider Gallery (Chicago) and the Annenberg Space for Photography (Los Angeles). The upcoming issue of Diffusion Magazine will feature their work. Ciurej is a photographer/graphic designer living and working in Chicago. Lochman is a Milwaukee-based photographer and lecturer at the University of Wisconsin.

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