In March 2020, my neighbourhood of Queens, New York became the epicentre of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Through unusual circumstances, I found myself living in my two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with my 86-year-old mother from Florida and my ex-wife from Los Angeles.
We couldn’t go out to shop for food, and it seemed like I couldn’t even take a bath without my mother or my ex-wife walking in on me.
I documented our confinement using a good dose of humour. It started as a temporary project and lasted an entire year.
Quarantine in Queens is a personal commentary on caregiving, love, and family responsibility. What started as a personal Instagram series has gone viral worldwide.
This exhibition is outdoors. Please check what COVID-19 restrictions are in place before you visit.
Neil Kramer is a dynamic storyteller with twenty years experience in photography, writing, and filmmaking. Combining humour and compassion, he tells stories about personal relationships. A graduate of Columbia University and USC Film School, he has written projects for Disney TV and HBO. His photography work has been widely exhibited in group shows in the US, Berlin, and Italy.
Quarantine in Queens has won awards such as the Portrait Photographer of the Year at the 2020 Annual Photography Awards, first place in Family Photography at the ND Awards, and Finalist in the Portrait Project at the Lucie Foundation.
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