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Map of Memories, Adam Neese
This is an open edition print, printed on archival Moab Entrada Fine Art bright paper. Available uncropped on the following paper sizes:

8″x10″ image on 11″x14″ paper: $100 (edition of 15)
16″x20″ image on 20″x24″ paper: $350 (edition of 10)

Artist Statement: To the observant wandering child, the landscape is a place of fantasy and fame. With this naive view, the scale of the world is skewed down; a field, a stand of trees, or an old road can hold the
magic and possibility of the American west in 19th century frontier days. As I grew up and moved
away, my childhood home remained in the same place. In the transition from adolescent to adult,
my views of landscape have changed; but the woods near my parents house still hold the same
mystique and wonder that I remember from my youth.

I have been re-visiting and picturing this landscape for some time now in order to collect and
archive the memories of my past. These photographs are documents of my personal history; a
meaningful childhood remembered.

 Adam Neese (b. 1985, Longmont, Colorado) was raised in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas. His projects investigate his personal history in Grapevine, TX, a community of migrant farmers, and the commodification of the landscape. He holds his Bachelor of Fine Arts from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, he is a candidate for an MFA at The University of North Texas in

Denton, TX, where he will graduate in May of 2013. His work has been exhibited in various venues in Texas, Illinois, Michigan, Vermont, New Mexico, and California.


Does not include frame, frame in photo is for visual reference only.

Additional information


8×10, 16×20