The Chicago Sun-Times gains an architecture critic with the return of Lee Bey

In news first reported by Chicago media reporter Robert Feder and widely shared by former Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin, Lee Bey, former architecture critic for the Tribune’s rival, the Chicago Sun-Times, will be returning to helm a monthly architecture column in that paper’s Sunday edition.

A current member of the editorial board at the Sun-Times, Chicago-born Bey is also a noted photographer and lecturer and serves as an adjunct professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture. Featuring both Bey’s photography and writing, Southern Exposure: The Overlooked Architecture of Chicago’s South Side, was published by Northwestern University Press in October

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