Leo Fitzpatrick: That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore (America at the Turn of the Century)
Wednesdays-Saturdays. Continues through July 4 2009
By highlighting dilapidated, mundane spaces, scenes and architectures in contemporary America, Fitzpatrick’s color photographs seek to pinpoint the slow but steady deterioration of the American landscape and the various myths it stands for. Taken during eight cross-country trips, his calm, subtly composed images relish details of daily life, literal and symbolic crumbs that escape the casual observer.