Pamela Bannos is an artist and researcher who utilizes methods that highlight the forgotten and overlooked, exploring the links between
visual representation, urban space, history and collective memory. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally,
including in solo exhibitions at the Photographers' Gallery in London, England, and the Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York.
Her research projects include an investigation of Chicago's Lincoln Park and the grounds of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Bannos has taught photography at Northwestern University's Department of Art Theory and Practice since 1993.
Vintage transparency from the Ron Slattery Collection, April 22, 1955, Central Park. Ektachrome 120 fillm, 12 ASA
, E-2 processed