Marcus Middleton's Calling Me Home: A Visual Ode to the Low Country

Photographer Marcus Middleton's parents grew up on Wadmalaw Island in Charleston, South Carolina, adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean. First settled by the British in the 15th century, the Island has long been a home for tea gardens but otherwise remains relatively unspoiled by progress. "The only way to get to the Island by land is the Esau Jenkins Bridge," says Middleton. "Crossing over it is like going back in time." Calling Me Home: A Visual Ode to the Low Country is Middleton's visual tribute to what he calls his "living museum." His portfolio of photographs, available to view on short-term display at the David Rubenstein Atrium, captures a visual ode to the American South that is turbulent and beautiful, transplanted to the heart of New York City.
8:00 AM Until 10:00 PM
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
New York, NY
Ticket Price: FREE

1887 Broadway
New York, NY 10023
United States