Zoe Strauss, who starting taking photographs at age 30, describes herself as a conceptual artist whose work is an “epic narrative about the beauty and struggle of everyday life.” She uses Philadelphia as the setting and subject of her work. For 10 years, she held an annual show under I-95. She currently has an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and a series of 54 billboards across the city. It is on display until March 31. Sunday, March 4 is “pay as you wish” at the museum.
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