Bus Passing a Truck Driver, 57th Street, Chicago by Thomas Frederick Arndt is included in an exhibit of postwar American photography, “Visions of Hope and Despair,” opening this Saturday at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 237 E. Ontario. Curator Nadine Wasserman has structured the show to relate thematically to two other exhibits at the museum–an exhibition of black-and-white paintings by abstract expressionist Franz Kline and an installation of carved granite stones by Bruce Nauman. It’s open 10 to 5 Tuesday through Saturday and noon to 5 Sunday; admission is $5 (suggested donation), $2.50 for students and seniors. Tuesdays are free. For more information, call 280-5161.

Art accompanying story in printed newspaper (not available in this archive): Photo/courtesy Stuart B. Baum Photography.