“I pretty much cut my photographic teeth surveying the city where I was born,” Schwab said. “Detroit. Motor City. The 313. It has gone by many names in my lifetime, and not all have been good. Our downfall has been very public and very painful for those living here and who love it so much.” Schwab’s recent work of the transformation of what was once the fourth largest U.S. city is on display at the Charlotte Hale Gallery, 588 Markham St. The exhibit “Detroit: Where We Used to Live” opens Sept. 24 with an ar
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