A little-known codicil to the Chicago law mentioned in the last post is that all travelers to Chicago must also take a family photograph reflected in the Bean:
Went to see The B-Side a couple of weeks ago, a documentary by Errol Morris about Elsa Dorfman’s photography (mostly) with the 20 x 24″ Polaroid camera, shown here with friend Woyman.
Went to see the Irving Penn exhibit at the Met last week. Among his best known work are portraits taken using this rug as a backdrop (or fore-drop). After photographing another couple being photographed in front of it, it was my turn. Naturally I photographed the photographer.