Matthew Witkovsky
Chair of the Department of Photography, The Art Institute of Chicago,
Chicago, IL


Matthew S. Witkovsky is Curator and Chair of Photography at The Art Institute of Chicago, where he is organizing an exhibition on photography in classic conceptual art circa 1970, and overseeing the expansion of photography’s presence within the new Modern Wing designed by Renzo Piano, which opens in May. At the National Gallery of Art, where Matthew worked for six years, he will open an exhibition devoted to Czech avant-gardist Jaromír Funke, also in May. His book Foto: Modernity in Central Europe, 1918-1945, has been awarded the Kraszna-Krausz Prize in Photography and the Vienna Artbook Award, both in 2008.

Pieces not marked sold are available at the listed price and can be purchased by calling Alice Atkinson at 202-234-7103 x 4



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Kate Javens, Named for Benjamin Drew, 2007 / $2800
Oil on linen on wood panel, 8" x 10"
Courtesy of the Artist and Schmidt/Dean Gallery



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Maggie Michael, Nail, Tuck, Pin, 2007 / $2400
Latex, ink, spray paint, pins, nails, and string on canvas / 20” x 16”
Courtesy of the Artist and G Fine Art



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Emilio Perez, Mac, 2004
Ink and watercolor on paper / 20 ½” x 11 1/8”
Courtesy of the Artist and Gallery LeLong, New York 



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Amy Jean Porter, Gelada, from the series "Freaked Out Monkeys in the Trees," 2008
Gouache and ink /16” x 12”
Courtesy of the Artist



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Alison Rossiter, Lament #3, Kodak Kodabromide F4, Expired in June, 1957Processed in 2008/ $750
Gelatin silver print / 2 ½” x 3 ½”
Courtesy of the Artist



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Alison Rossiter, Lament #5, Kodak Kodabromide F4, Expired in June, 1957, Processed in 2008/ $750
Gelatin silver print / 2 ½” x 3 ½”
Courtesy of the Artist



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Jose Ruiz, Descendents of Ascension - Stand-Ins (1), 2007 / $900
Digital pigment print on Sintra / 11.75" x 18"
Courtesy of the Artist and G Fine Art