DOWN BY THE HUDSON
Caleb Stein (1994, London)
explores the fragility of memory through an embrace of community and the dynamic, energetic interactions that occur within it.
Stein’s work Down by the Hudson is an analysis of United States, the country that has become his adopted home.
This body of work is Stein's ongoing 'ode' to Poughkeepsie, a small town in upstate New York. It is a strong example of a little paradise, lost in time, where modern life (and all of its issues) feels so far away. This work is an exploration of water, of its healing influences, and a celebration of the utopian atmosphere it can create.
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