The premiere exhibition of over 100 works by Todd Hido, entitled Excerpts from Silver Meadows opened on May 24th at the Transformer Station, Cleveland’s new exhibition space for contemporary art. Hido’s recent work offers a darkly dramatic glimpse into a world that reflects both the alienation and dislocation of suburban America. Named for a street that runs through a typical Midwestern suburb where Hido grew up, Excerpts from Silver Meadows represents the artist’s reckoning with his own past for which he has created “a loose fictitious place based on inadequate memory.”
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