Aneta Bartos seeks to capture the surreal space of memory, blurring real and imagined worlds in order to represent that which is beyond fact or fiction.
In a series of photographs with her father, Polish artist Aneta Bartos pushes, teases, and challenges our notions of families, bodies, and sexuality.
A group show at Westbeth Gallery examines how identities are formed, transmuted, distorted, and displayed in the social sphere.
Next to Baruch College on East 25th street is the intriguing red-lit entrance of The Carlton Arms Hotel. The check-in desk sits in a foyer that is a feat of spectacular kitsch excess — think the Scharf Shack and Pewee’s Playhouse rolled into one. The hotel, which has the zany energy and personality of a youth hostel, has opened two of its rooms for a small photography exhibit of Aneta Bartos’s work.