Forever Photos

By Marcia Faye

It seems fitting that S. R. Crown Hall, already a landmark in its own right, has been selected to showcase a collection of more than 50 photos taken by faculty and students during the final three decades of one of the world’s most distinctive photography programs. From July 31–August 14, A Lasting Vision: Photographs from the Institute of Design, 1970–2001, is on display Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.–6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Organized by Anne Keri Kostiner and Lewis S. Kostiner (M.S. PHOT ’74), the exhibit is free of charge and is open to the public.

Two American Flags Freed Iranian Hostage Ticker Tape Parade

Two American Flags Freed Iranian Hostage Ticker Tape Parade—NYC, 1981
Tom Arndt, Faculty 1995–2000

The Pyramids

The Pyramids, 1974
John Grimes (M.S. DSGN ’74)


Chicago, 1970
John Church (M.S. DSGN ’70)


Highwire—Reynolds, IN, 2008
Tina Leto (M.D.S. DSGN ’97)

Lake Auditorium

Lake Auditorium #18, 1984
Russell Phillips (M.S. DSGN ’84)

Chicago Parade

Chicago Parade, Early 1970s
Garry Winogrand, Faculty 1971–72

Workers on the Strip

Workers on the Strip, 1987
Jay Wolke (M.S. PHOT ’80)

Chicago Subway

Chicago Subway, 1981
Arthur Lazar, Faculty 1971–72

Stairway and Cyan House—Açôres

Stairway and Cyan House—Açôres, 1989
David Rathbun, Faculty 1975–1981


#43, 1979
Mary Lloyd Estrin (M.S. DSGN ’75)