Paul Katcher

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Lou Gehrig, the Iron Horse, a legend at first base for the Yankees in the '20s and '30s.

Lou Gehrig, the Iron Horse, a legend at first base for the Yankees in the '20s and '30s.

1976 Topps Walter Payton -- One of the most beloved athletes in Chicago sports history, Payton retired as the NFL's career leader in rushing yards and rushing TDs. He amassed more than 2,000 yards from scrimmage in four different seasons, including the Bears' magical 1985 title campaign.

1976 Topps Walter Payton -- One of the most beloved athletes in Chicago sports history, Payton retired as the NFL's career leader in rushing yards and rushing TDs. He amassed more than 2,000 yards from scrimmage in four different seasons, including the Bears' magical 1985 title campaign.

John Messinger, "How We Learn of Loss (Uncle Ludwig 1949-1995)," 2014, 180 sheets of instant film, 60 1/4 in. × 60 1/2 in.

John Messinger, ‘How We Learn Of Loss (Uncle Ludwig 1949 - 2014

Anastasia Samoylova, "Rainy Windows," 2013

Anastasia Samoylova, "Rainy Windows," 2013

Karine Laval, "Untitled #15, from the series Heterotopia," 2014, chromogenic print, 30 x 30 in.

Karine Laval, "Untitled #15, from the series Heterotopia," 2014, chromogenic print, 30 x 30 in.

Murray Fredericks, "Mirror 12," 2017, digital pigment print, 47 1/5 x 61 in.

Murray Fredericks, "Mirror 12," 2017, digital pigment print, 47 1/5 x 61 in.

Photo by Joe McNally, from "Day in the Life of Baseball"

Photo by Joe McNally, from "Day in the Life of Baseball"

Wayne Sorce, "Dave's Restaurant," 1984

A new show, "Wayne Sorce: Urban Color," presents large-scale views from the and which record the flavor and texture of city life in another era.

"Dave's Restaurant" as photographed by Wayne Sorce in 1984.

A new show, "Wayne Sorce: Urban Color," presents large-scale views from the and which record the flavor and texture of city life in another era.

Harold Edgerton, "Milkdrop Coronet," 1957

Top 100 Of The Most Influential Photos Of All Time - Milk Drop Coronet, Harold Edgerton, 1957

Ryuijie, from his "Color Ice Forms" series of botanicals frozen in blocks of ice, photographed with a large format camera and printed on 20 x 24 in. silver gelatin paper

Ryuijie, from his "Color Ice Forms" series of botanicals frozen in blocks of ice, photographed with a large format camera and printed on 20 x 24 in. silver gelatin paper

Amy Finkelstein, "am is are was were, 4," traditional c-print from 8x10 in. negative, 50 x 48 in., 2017

Amy Finkelstein, "am is are was were, 4," traditional c-print from 8x10 in. negative, 50 x 48 in., 2017

Jason Frank Rothenberg, "Quinault (Interior #1)," c-print

Jason Frank Rothenberg, Quinault (Interior Edition of 8 c-print

Joanne Tinker, "Please Take Your Seat," 70 x 70 cm, luxury wine tops

Joanne Tinker, "Please Take Your Seat," 70 x 70 cm, luxury wine tops

Hank Aaron poses in his Atlanta Braves uniform before a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 7, 1966 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. (Photo by Neil Leifer/Sports Illustrated)

Hank Aaron poses in his Atlanta Braves uniform before a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 7, 1966 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. (Photo by Neil Leifer/Sports Illustrated)

Alison Rankin, "Enamel Jar With Falling Cherry," acrylic on paper, 25 x 29 in.

Alison Rankin, "Enamel Jar With Falling Cherry," acrylic on paper, 25 x 29 in.