New York.- The Hudson River Museum is proud to present “Susan Wides: Hudson Valley, From Mannahatta to Kaaterskill” from May 28 until September 11. The exhibition is a survey of Susan Wides’ investigation of New York City and its surrounding landscape in 50 large-scale photographs. This exhibition represents Wides’ fourteen-year study of the perception of place using sites from the urban-rural spectrum along the Hudson River. With her camera, Wides creates a transformative vision expressing her intuitive and conceptual response to the landscape, cityscape, and social environment. The Hudson River Museum provides a fitting context for Wides’ work. Around the geological forms that inspired the first visitors to the Hudson Valley, a palimpsest of historical, socio-economic, and philosophical stories has developed.