Inventory Sale

These former gallery pieces are in need of new homes. Available at substantial discounts, North American shipping included.

Drop a note to photos@michaelpietrocarlo.com to order.

Stacked TVs at abandoned Adler Hotel, Sharon Springs New York
“Nothing On”
36″ x 24″ Chromogenic Print
$200
From the series Last Resort, exploring vacation destinations in downstate New York. Hotels that inspired stories like “Dirty Dancing” now sit neglected. This image, taken in the once thriving town of Sharon Springs, New York, reveals what luxury looked like in decades past.


Kitchen of abandoned roadside hotel, Ontario
“Modern Kitchenette”
32″ x 48″ Archival Photographic Print Mounted to Acrylic/Dibond
$450
From the series Roadside, when taking the road less travelled revealed destinations once popular before superhighways were built. Motel rooms frozen at the moment of their abandon, gas pumps long dried up, desolate woods. 


Office of abandoned steel mill, Fort Pitt, Pittsburgh
“Lost Files”
36″ x 24″ Archival Photographic Print Mounted to Aluminum
$350

From the series Rust Belt, exploring American cities hit hardest by the shifting economies of the 1970s and 80s. Wealth and prosperity are apparent in the grand, ornate architecture and sprawling factories. But this image reveals how even the most sacred structures can be forsaken when workers are idled. 


Abandoned shipwreck of Arthur Kill, New York City
“Bloxom”
36″ x 24″ Archival Photographic Print Mounted to Acrylic/Dibond
$350
Abandoned shipwreck of Arthur Kill, New York City
“Stern Bow”
36″ x 24″ Archival Photographic Print Mounted to Acrylic/Dibond
$350


The preceding two images are taken from The Kill, exploring New York City’s Arthur Kill ship graveyard. Dumping toxins into these waters began during the industrial revolution. However in recent decades cleanup efforts have made great strides toward rehabilitation. These images highlights mistakes of the past, and provide hope for the future.


Urban exploration of the closed Bethlehem Steel plant, Buffalo
“Employees Must Wash”
24″ x 16″ Archival Photographic Print Mounted to Acrylic/Dibond
$200

From Unmanned Posts, a series of images taken from a perspective of a former employee of Buffalo’s Bethlehem Steel. Moments are frozen at the factory’s closure in 1982: desks piled with papers, chairs situated at the controls — evidence of acquiescent departure, or of hope that the doors would open again?