You should definitely come out tomorrow:
Strauss is self-taught, the first person in her family to graduate from high school. Her work has been compared to that of Walker Evans and Robert Frank, and collected by museums. But her most meaningful show will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. tomorrow under the I-95 overpass at Front and Mifflin, as it has been for the last eight years, 231 new and favorite images affixed to the concrete pillars.
Copies of the photos, as always, are $5 each, one per customer.
This is the penultimate I-95 exhibit. "Ten years, then I think I'll be done," says Strauss, who views the space and the general public's inclusion as integral to the event, the impersonal industrial space juxtaposed with the intimacy of the artist's labor.