From the October 2009 issue of the Cincinnati Magazine:

“Whether it’s disused factory buildings sitting vacant all across Hamilton County or the destruction wrought by the riots of the late 1960s on inner-city neighborhoods, there is still something to be gained from focusing an artistic eye on such losses. Leave it to The Betts House’s Exploring Cincinnati exhibit to document the effects of cultural shifts and urban sprawl. The show features large-scale images by local photographers Sherman Cahal, Craig Moyer and Ronny Salerno.”

“In a way, it’s like ‘urban archeology,'”, Salerno says. “We go around discovering the past.”