ARTIST SERIES

Untitled (Snake Hill)
Untitled (Airplane)
Untitled (Monster Truck)
Untitled (Crown)
Untitled (Mark Lewis)
Untitled (Bathroom Tub)
Untitled (Another Six Houses)
Untitled (Bonica)
Untitled (Stadium)
Untitled (Leah)
Untitled (Peppers)
Untitled (Pulaski Skyway)
Untitled (Diaspora)
Untitled (WMCA)
Untitled (Delayed Cares)
Untitled (Sara)
Untitled (Car Heap)
Untitled (Corpse)
Untitled (Meadowlands Marina)
Untitled (Adam and Aaron)
Untitled (Today’s Show)
Untitled (Aerial)
Untitled (Fuselage)

Joshua Lutz began photographing the Meadowlands ten years ago as a a documentary study of the 32-square-miles of marshy wilderness that sits between New Jersey and New York (while ostensibly searching for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa). Over the years, however, this project evolved into a compelling artistic exploration, revealing the soul of this liminal space. But Lutz’s photographs are not only representations of the landscape of the Meadowlands; they are also portraits of the individuals who inhabit the area. Lutz’s photographs explore the distinct personalities of the “Meadowlands,” while also considering the people’s relationships to the environs.

Work by Joshua Lutz