Upcoming 1-Wall Show: Travis Fox's Remains To Be Seen
April 17-May 2, 2021
Wired Gallery is pleased to announce the next 1-Wall Show featuring photographs by Krumville-based renowned photojournalist Travis Fox.
The show consists of eight 20”x30” photographs selected from Fox’s recently-published book Remains To Be Seen (Daylight, 2020). The images explore a disappearing but still tangible American landscape, from the Rust Belt towns of the Midwest to the Borscht Belt resorts of the Catskill Mountains. Using aerial photography, Fox finds patterns in former industrial sites and abandoned neighborhoods that would be undetectable from the ground. His pictures present a visual record of old and debilitating problems, from institutionalized racism to environmental destruction.
TRAVIS FOX is an award-winning television documentary maker, Fox’s work has appeared on PBS, National Geographic, Al Jazeera, and The New York Times. He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism. From 1999 to 2009, he worked as a senior video journalist at The Washington Post and was widely recognized as a pioneer of news video on the web. He covered such major stories as the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the war in Afghanistan. In 2006, he won an Emmy Award for web video coverage of Hurricane Katrina on washingtonpost.com. Fox has taught broadcast journalism at the Newmark J-School and multimedia filmmaking at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He also trains journalists in video storytelling around the world.
Artist Talk with Travis Fox on Zoom
Sunday, April 25, 4-5PM
Moderator: Susan Farkas
To register to the talk, please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Sunday, April 25, 4:00-5:00 pm, there will be an Artist Talk on Zoom with Travis Fox. The talk will be moderated by Emmy award-winning video producer and High Falls resident Susan Farkas.
(Re)Wired Group Show
Artists included in the (Re)Wired Group Show are:
Alix Ankele, Jane Bloodgood Abrams, Diane Boisvert, Kaete Brittin Shaw, MF Daint, Mary Anne Erickson, Josh Finn, Astrid Fitzgerald, Cristeen Gamet, Denise Giardullo, Mimi Graminski, Ken Green, Katie Grove, Laura Gurton, Ann Haaland, Jeanne Hildenbrand, Judith Hoyt, Robert Kressler, Leonie Lacouette, Mary Leary, Lynn Lynn Herring, Katherine McGuiness, John Mernin, Jerry Michalak, Joanna Murphy, Dion Ogust, Franc Palaia, John Perrella, Marlo Richards, Mitchell Saler, Thomas Sarrantonio, Prue See, Raul Serrano, Pablo Shine, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Lisa Ven Vertloh, Joyce Washor, Marlene Wiedenbaum, and Andrew Willner
To share a safe and positive experience at Wired Gallery, visitors are required to wear a face mask at all times and maintain social distance. Only one “party” at a time is admitted into the gallery. A party may consist of one person or a group of up to 6 people who live or travel together.
11 Mohonk Road, High Falls, NY (map)
Saturday and Sunday 11-4.
Visitors are required to wear a face mask at all times and maintain social distance.
Only one “party” at a time is admitted into the gallery. A party may consist of one person or a group of up to 6 people who live or travel together
Tel: (682) 564-5613