Sandy: “I am lucky because I work in a place that’s an essential service. Our office is locked and there is a glass in the foyer. We cut a hole in the glass so people wouldn’t have to come all the way in and we stayed open. But then you come home at night and you want to sit on your stoop and talk with neighbors… I’ve spent a lot of time outside, planting flowers. I don’t even know what they are. I just go to Lowe’s and get plants and stick them in the ground. Now I have to find out what they are so I can plant them again next year.”

Lexington in the Time of COVID-19 is an artwork about people practicing social distancing at a time of a deadly virus. And also offering kindness.

Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova capture photographs at the periphery of American culture, where drag queens, discarded couches, and abandoned motel signs exist.