From:Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop
Name/Title[Untitled, man standing next to naked-boy mannequin’s in department store window].
About this objectPhotographer/Professor Michael McLoughlin, was born on September 5, 1936 in Peoria, Illinois. McLoughlin graduated with a B.F.A from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. In 1967 the photographer attended an Advanced Studies Workshop at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. In 1964, his work appeared at the Underground Gallery in a group exhibition. Mcloughlin’s work appeared in 1964 at the Brooklyn Museum in a group exhibition. In 1965 his work appeared at the Museum of Modern Art, in 1966 his work appeared at the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery—in the exhibit, “American Photography: The Sixties,” at the University of Nebraska. In 1966, Mcloughlin had a one-man show at the Doane College in Crete, Nebraska. In 1967 his work showed in another one-man show at the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. Michael McLoughlin was a professor of Photography at the University Nebraska from 1966-68. Over the years his work appeared in many shows, and his work made it into private collections. Mcloughlin’s work was unique galvanizing viewers with art and thought in every piece. Over the years he has also worked as a professor, at the University of Connecticut, where he taught students the inner-workings of photography. Depicted in the image is a man standing next to a department store window. The boy mannequin’s that are visible in the shot have no clothes.
Date Madec.a. 1965
Medium and MaterialsSilver Chlorobromide
Inscription and Marksverso: [pencil] M161 verso: [pencil] 74:023:5
Measurementsimage: 18 cm x 26.7 cm
overall: 28 cm x 35.5 cm
Subject and Association Keywords20th Century Photography
Subject and Association Keywords1970s
Subject and Association KeywordsMichael McLoughlin
Subject and Association KeywordsDepartment Store
Subject and Association KeywordsMannequin
Subject and Association KeywordsSilver Chlorobromide
Credit Linegift of artist