Spaces, Places and Identity: Robert Frank “Portraits” explores Swiss-born photographer Robert Frank’s redefinition of the notion of portraiture through his work before, during, and following the production of his most well-known collection, The Americans (1958/59). By juxtaposing traditionally-understood portraits of Frank’s family members, friends, and colleagues with more broadly, less conventionally-conceived “portrait-like” images of people and places, this exhibition contributes a new set of scholarly perspectives and ideas to the discourse about Frank and his work.