Kreps and Lyndhurst
Cedric Chatterley was a graduate student in photography, hanging out with his camera in Cairo, Illinois, when he was approached by a young man who invited him to photograph “everything in my house that's broken.” Mark Fisher believed in the power of the photographic document to facilitate change, and thus began Chatterley and Fisher’s twenty-five year (so far) collaborative project Olive Branch...
Several years ago while working with a church-sponsored youth camp in western North Carolina, I visited one of the service sites where the kids were volunteering. The walls of the house were decorated with drawings and cutouts from magazines and catalogs. I had the good fortune to meet the two brothers, both in their sixties, who lived there and who created these artworks.
Kreps and Lyndhurst Galleries
This exhibit first opened at the National Museum of Iceland as part of its mission to emphasize the diverse facets of Icelandic history and society.
Joseph Mitchell (1908–1996), a staff writer for The New Yorker for almost sixty years, became famous for his captivating, carefully constructed stories about ordinary people, who, in his hands, came alive on the page in all of their human complexity. His keen interest in his subjects led him to explore the physical world they inhabited.