This winter in Chicago, two exhibitions are dedicated to the American photographer John Gossage. The first one, presented as “a retrospective in a room”, is organized by the Art Institute and titled Three Routines; the second, Two Routines, is held at Stephen Daiter Gallery. Titles of both exhibitions could suggest a repetition, a dull mechanism. In fact, they refer to the diversity of photographic strategies and routines in the art of John Gossage.
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