Cincinnati photographer Michael E. Keating displays photographs from two ongoing projects which reflect the passage of time on structures, objects and landscapes impacted by forces natural and otherwise.
This exhibition is sponsored by The Clyde N Day Foundation.
Michael E. Keating and his wife Sarah live in Greater Cincinnati and have two grown children. Keating left the Cincinnati Enquirer in 2012 and is presently a Co-trustee of the Clyde N. Day Foundation in Newport, Kentucky.
Keating is a partner in The Hoosier Hardwood Photo Project documenting Indiana High School Gymnasiums. Photographs from that project are part of a permanent display at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.
Cincinnati Shadow & Light was published by Keating in 2013.
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