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Int'l Center for Documentary Arts
International Center for Documentary Arts
Conference Photography - New York, Chicago, Washington, Phoenix, Las Vegas
Conference Photography - New York, Chicago, Washington, Phoenix, Las Vegas
Conference Photography
Conference Photography - New York, Chicago, Washington, Phoenix, Las Vegas
Classes & Education
Event Photography
Editorial Photography
International Center for Documentary Arts
 About Us 

The International Center for Documentary Arts grew from the local art gallery and studio of Alexandra and Michael Buxbaum. Their original gallery - the Stolen Buick Studio - was founded in 1995 and still operates as part of the Center in Chicago's East Village. The Studio primarily features street photography from around the world.  

Today, the Center offers a host of opportunities for everyone from the casual explorer of the documentary arts to professionals seeking to hire photographers to member galleries and photojournalists. Here's some of what you'll discover at the International Center for the Documentary Arts...

  • Hire a Photographer - The Center has built an international network of professional photojournalists available for freelance photographic work, event photography and public relations photography
  • View our Virtual Gallery - see a view of everyday life from around the world, or around the block, that most people are too busy to notice in their daily rush getting someplace else!
  • Join the Center - We are accepting applications from photojournalists and freelancers as well as member galleries and patrons of the arts. Learn more about member benefits

International Center for Documentary Arts

New York - Paris - London - Barcelona - Stockholm - Singapore

Los Angeles - San Francisco - Chicago - Washington DC

Philadelphia - Miami - Orlando - Phoenix - Las Vegas

San Diego - New Orleans - Seattle - Denver - Dallas - Houston - San Antonio

Main office: 1303 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60642
Phone: 312.226.5902

Email: info@documentaryarts.com

Alexandra Buxbaum
Michael Buxbaum