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FotoFocus: Urban Landscapes

Stefanie Kremer
Tuesday - Thursday: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., the second and fourth Saturdays of each month: 12:30 - 5 p.m. , Friday November 23

 Urban Landscapes will feature the work of photographers Sherman Cahal, Zach Fein, Craig Moyer, and Ronny Salerno. The images featured in the exhibit explore how neglect and abandonment affect our built environment. The artists create beautiful and atmospheric images from the ruins of factories, churches, houses, and other structures. This exhibit is part of FotoFocus, a month-long photography festival across Cincinnati. 



Where: The Betts House
Phone: 513-651-0734
Address: 416 Clark St.
Website: www.thebettshouse.org

The Betts House

416 Clark St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45203
 
Built in 1804, it’s the oldest brick house in Ohio and serves as an artifact of Cincinnati’s period of early settlement. The center’s stated purpose is to interpret local history through “the evolution of building materials and traditions.”
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