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Hoops

"This exhibition presents outdoor images of basketball courts and hoops - public and private - that have captured the attention of photographer Bill Bamberger.

"Collectively, they celebrate the sport and reveal both its global importance and enduring appeal. Hauntingly devoid of people, the images are nonetheless remarkable neighborhood and community portraits."


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See also:

Art With Experts: Photographer Bill Bamberger.

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And, from the Atlantic:

* Hoops Photos Reveal The Geography Of Basketball.

"For years, photographer Bill Bamberger traveled all over the U.S. and to a dozen other countries in search of one thing: basketball hoops."

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Finally, a Chicago connection:

* CLOSING: The Life And Death Of An American Factory.

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