- Lisa Kereszi - Broadway Arcade, Times Square, N.Y., 2004
- Lisa Kereszi - Coney Island, N.Y., 2001
- Lisa Kereszi - Dante's Inferno, Astroland, Coney Island, N.Y., 2005
- Lisa Kereszi - Pocono Mountains, Penn., 2006
The subtitle of the Fun and Games series by US photographer Lisa Kereszi reads, “looking hard at the places we go for escape”. Places we go to for pleasure, to be distracted, to be entertained, amusement parks, theme parks, bars, striptease joints and discotheques. “These places live from the darkness. Seen in daylight, their reality has a very surreal aspect,” Kereszi says, explaining her fascination.
Kereszi (*1973) is a professor of photography at Yale University and a high-profile representative of contemporary photography in the USA. Her works are included in major collections, such as those of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York.
Further information at: Robert Morat Gallery