Chicago Humanities Festival: The Next Vivian Maier
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Between 1928 and the mid-1940s, the Dakota Sioux artist Mary Sully produced a body of work at the intersection of modernist aesthetics, industrial design, and Sioux visual tradition. University of Michigan professor Philip Deloria rediscovers her extraordinary creations and makes a case for her place in the canon of American art.