Accompanying Image / Photo Example: 

Craig Moyer, Clifton Heights, 2009 , C-print from 4 x 5" color negative, 8 x 10", courtesy of the artist 

Betts House

416 Clark St.
Cincinnati, OH 45203 

(513) 651-0734
Tuesday through Thursday 11 am–2 pm
Second and Fourth Saturdays 12:30 pm–5 pm
and by appointment


Urban Landscapes
October 13–November 29

Exhibition Reception
Friday October 12, 5 pm–8 pm

Urban Landscapes features the work of photographers Sherman Cahal, Zach Fein, Craig Moyer, and Ronny Salerno, and explores how neglect and abandonment affect our built environment. The artists create beautiful atmospheric images from the ruins of factories, churches, houses, and other structures. These photographs challenge the viewer to see beauty and potential in what could otherwise be seen as a bleak perspective on our environment.

The Betts House, built in 1804, is a museum of the built environment, offering exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades, construction technologies, and building materials. A permanent exhibit – History at Home – explores the development of The Betts House and the West End over the past 200 years. The Betts House is located two blocks west of Music Hall in the Betts-Longworth Historic District.