The Nassau County Museum of Art Presents Robert Hite’s "Imagined Histories" Photographs

artwork: Robert Hite - "Migration House, Apple Orchard, Ulster County, NY", 2006 - Digital Archive Print. Courtesy of the artist. On view at the Nassau Museum of Art in "Robert Hite: Imagined Histories" until September 4th.

Roslyn Harbor, NY.- The Nassau Museum of Art is proud to present “Robert Hite: Imagined Histories”, on view at the museum until September 4th. Sculptures sited among Hudson Valley landscapes and dramatic black and white photographs are all featured in th exhibition which is hosted by the museum’s Contemporary Gallery and Art Space for Children on view through September 4. Hite is a sculptor, painter and photographer. A native of Virginia, he now lives and works in Esopus, in NY’s Hudson Valley. His work, always reflective of nature and of the surrounding landscape, reveals the influence of the rich Southern narrative tradition and his Hudson Valley surroundings. Hite has studied and photographed rural dwellings in Central and South America, Asia, Europe, the Caribbean and the Southern United States.