Off the Grid
Dmitry Samarov introduces us to photographer Noah Vaughn, whom the writer met 20 years ago at the School of the Art Institute. Vaughn, writes Samarov, “documents the crumbling, abandoned parts of the city without making a fetish of them. And that is no small feat.”
In advance of his first post for Off the Grid, we called up the Moscow-born School of the Art Institute grad for a getting-acquainted chat.
Alex Kotlowitz explains the danger of crafting a single narrative—and discusses the great Chicago (and American) paradox.
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