The career of Chicago painter Margot Bergman dates back to the 1950s, but it’s only been within the last five years or so that her work—portrait heads of imaginary female subjects limned with Expressionistic gusto—has been exhibited with some frequency outside of her hometown. This show includes her first foray into photography with uncanny close-ups of dolls and masks that are at once eerie and intimate.
Margot Bergman, “Family Album”
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