"TrashScans: Street Archaeology" is a collection of 125 digital scanned collages (Fine Art Photography) of stuff I picked up in the gutters, sidewalks and parks of Manhattan in over 90 different locations, each unique in many ways and yet having certain items common to almost all.
Ninety-five of the images -- some in large composites -- have had three consecutive exhibitions at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, (www.butlerart.com). They were represented in a group exhibition at Station Independent Gallery in Manhattan. (www.stationindependent.com)
Project 59 exhibited TrashScans in a Brooklyn juried group show, "Skin of Liberty," that traveled to the Nizhny Tagil Museum in Russia. In 2016, the Bonfoey Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, included 30 of the TrashScan prints in a solo exhibition called "Gleanings." (bonfoey.com)
© Ron Barron