Liza Kereszi MFA’00 is featured in Walls, Surfaces, Illusions, an exhibition of her photographs at the Yancey Richardson Gallery. As stated by the gallery,
Frequently exploring venues offering escapism through cheap entertainment and sordid pleasure, Kereszi’s photographs emphasize the details that lift the veil between fantasy and reality. With an acute awareness of the oblique, she peels back the illusionism of these forgotten spaces on the cultural fringe – an abandoned arcade, a run-down amusement park, a strip club on the outskirts of town – revealing the disenchantment and melancholy behind their once-alluring facades.
More information can be found on the gallery’s website, linked below.