Photographer and University of Chicago professor Laura Letinsky’s work often portrays the leftovers of life: Orange peels, dirty cups, crumpled napkins and a cantaloupe rotting next to a half-eaten lollipop are all photographed in pristine, soft lighting. “At first glance, the colors and the emptiness of the spaces in those pictures are very alluring, and they’re soft and they seem very gentle, and they draw you in,” explains Denver Art Museum photography curator Eric Paddock about the artist, who is in town for the debut of... More >>>