A Vanishing New York: Central + Thousand Island-Seaway Regions

A Vanishing New York: Central + Thousand Island-Seaway Regions

All photographs by John Lazzaro

Join photographer John Lazzaro for a visual exploration of the abandoned sites scattered throughout New York’s Central and Thousand Island-Seaway Regions!

  • Uncover captivating stories behind the abandoned sites photographed
  • Learn how the Adirondack Region is unique to the infrastructural history of New York State
  • Get behind-the-scenes insight into how the photographer researched and shot locations, such as the Mohasco Power House Fownes Factory, Newton Falls Fine Paper Co., the New York State Inebriate Asylum, and more sites featured in A Vanishing New York: Ruins Across the Empire State
  • See additional photos that didn’t make it into the book

About the event:

Featuring the photography of author and documentary filmmaker John Lazzaro, A Vanishing New York: Ruins Across the Empire State is a photographic essay that explores some of the most evocative abandoned sites in the Empire State and puts their individual stories in the larger context of New York’s historical legacy. In this virtual talk, we’ll explore photographs that Lazzaro shot for the book and some outtakes!

You can purchase a copy of the book here!

About John Lazzaro

John Lazzaro is an author, photographer, and documentary filmmaker based in Long Island, NY. In his approach to photography, Lazzaro draws upon his experiences from documentary filmmaking in order to create a realistic, visual, and thought-provoking dialogue of the macabre. His main focus is capturing abandoned buildings and vanishing architecture throughout the US.

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