In the spring, Foam presents the colorful work of photographer Vivian Maier in the exhibition Works in Color. Foam showed her black and white photographic work in 2014, but this exhibition is all about some 60 color-photographs from the period 1956-1986.
Works in Color shows the city life of Chicago, where Maier lived for a large part of her life. As an unknown outsider and as a woman, her work is an important addition to the canon of American photography. This exhibition was created in cooperation with the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York.