Maria Passarotti, ‘Dunes’, 2005, Susan Eley Fine Art
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Dunes, 2005

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28 × 28 in
71.1 × 71.1 cm
Editions 8-10 of 10
$2,500
38 × 38 in
96.5 × 96.5 cm
Editions 3-5 of 5
$3,450
Location
New York, Hudson
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Maria Passarotti
American, b. 1978
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Maria Passarotti explores the interaction of nature and humanity; specifically, natural environments that have been redefined by their inhabitants. Her photographs capture the presence of humans in suburban settings, like parking lots, alleyways, and dead ends, where each environment is loaded with clues of the human footprint but often absent of their physical presence—"desolate, but charged with life," as she has said. In Roof Top Grand Street (2005), a view of barren city architecture uses tags of graffiti to suggest the hand of man. Though she grew up in suburban New Jersey, Passarotti is also interested in the topographic, rural landscape of the United States, and has taken extensive road trips to capture the landscape solely through side-of-road, parking lot, and designated tourist views, ultimately showing the mark of humanity on the wilderness of America.

Maria Passarotti, ‘Dunes’, 2005, Susan Eley Fine Art
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About the work
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Frame
Not included
Maria Passarotti
American, b. 1978
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Maria Passarotti explores the interaction of nature and humanity; specifically, natural environments that have been redefined by their inhabitants. Her photographs capture the presence of humans in suburban settings, like parking lots, alleyways, and dead ends, where each environment is loaded with clues of the human footprint but often absent of their physical presence—"desolate, but charged with life," as she has said. In Roof Top Grand Street (2005), a view of barren city architecture uses tags of graffiti to suggest the hand of man. Though she grew up in suburban New Jersey, Passarotti is also interested in the topographic, rural landscape of the United States, and has taken extensive road trips to capture the landscape solely through side-of-road, parking lot, and designated tourist views, ultimately showing the mark of humanity on the wilderness of America.

Dunes, 2005

Digital C-Print
This is part of a limited edition set.
28 × 28 in
71.1 × 71.1 cm
Editions 8-10 of 10
$2,500
38 × 38 in
96.5 × 96.5 cm
Editions 3-5 of 5
$3,450
Location
New York, Hudson
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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