Liminal Ground: Long Island Photographs 2009–2011
Exhibition: June 24 – September 4, 2012
The photographs of Adam Bartos convey a wistfulness for the off-grid, the overlooked, and the unremarkable—images of the places in between that might well go unrecorded were they not framed with his virtuoso camera. Much of his photography gives evidence to the effects of time. Bartos has created a series on such disparate subjects as the moribund Russian space program, the fading modernist glory of the U.N. building, and the changing Long Island landscape, both the built and natural environment.