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Shay has published more than 75 books on various subjects. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Shay wrote two series of photography illustrated children's books published by Reilly & Lee. Shay's What It's Like to Be A .. series of books explained various occupations including a doctor, fireman, pilot, policeman, nurse, teacher, dentist, musician and a TV producer. Shay's What Happens.. series of books explained concepts such as what happens when you build a house, spend money, turn on a light and turn on the gas. Other books in Shay's "What Happens.." series included what happens at the zoo, at a gas station, at a newspaper, at an animal hospital, at the circus, in a skyscraper, at the state fair and at a weather station. In 2002, The University of Illinois Press published Shay's photographic essays, Animals, and in 2003, Couples.

Shay's play titled A Clock for Nikita was produced and ran at the Stagelight Theater in 1964. Shay's 2000 autobiography is titled Album for an Age: Unconventional Words and Pictures from the 20th Century. In 2002, the American Theater Company in Chicago staged Shay's autobiographical play, Where Have You Gone, Jimmy Stewart?, directed by Mike Nussbaum.[7]

In 2007, Shay had his first major retrospective of his black and white photographs which ran for six months at the Chicago History Museum: "The Essential Art Shay: Selected Photographs." [1] In 2008, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago held an exhibit of photographs titled Art Shay: Chicago Accent which included pieces from between 1949 and 1968 of Shay's work while working with Algren of Chicago's "underclass."[8]

In 2010, Chicago's Thomas Master's Gallery featured Shay's first show of exclusively his color photography "Art Shay: True Colors." [9][10] In 2012, Shay was inducted into the National Racquetball Hall of Fame.[11]

Since the opening in 1976 of Northbrook Court Mall in Northbrook, Illinois, Shay has been chronicling life at the mall. Shay is also working on a project on the life of The Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan. Since the end of 2010, Shay has been writing a weekly photography blog "From the Vault of Art Shay" on Chicagoist.[12]


  1. ^ Shay, Art - WTTW
  2. ^ emuseumnpg/code/emuseum.asp?rawsearch=Artist/,/contains/,/art%20shay/,/false/,/false&emu_action=advsearch&newsearchdesc=Artist%20contains%20art%20shay&currentstate=Artist/,/contains/,/art%20shay&profile=NPG
  3. ^ Art Shay | The Art Institute of Chicago
  4. ^ entries/8915/simone-de-beauvoir-nue-par-art-shay
  5. ^ dynamic/artwork_display.asp?ArtworkID=808
  6. ^ Montrose Pictures/Nelson Algren Documentary - Nelson Algren
  7. ^ American Theater Company Production History
  8. ^ Art Shay: Chicago Accent | Exhibitions | MCA Chicago
  9. ^ Photojournalist Art Shay | Chicago Tonight | WTTW
  10. ^ 2010/01/14/art-review-—-art-shays-true-color-by-jeffery-mcnary/#comments
  11. ^ USA Racquetball Hall of Fame- 2012 Inductees
  12. ^ From the Vault of Art Shay: Chicagoist

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Name Shay, Art
Alternative names Shay, Arthur
Short description American photographer, playwright, writer and United States Army officer
Date of birth 1922
Place of birth Bronx
Date of death
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