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Renovatio Imperii - VIII Adam Ryder

$600

These images offer a glimpse into the Renovatio Imperii network, a fraternal order established by exiled Eastern Roman intelligentsia.
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[After 1453], exiled by the ascendant Ottoman Empire, the Eastern Roman intelligentsia dispersed throughout Western Europe...Over the next century, [they] re-established contact with one another and formed a fraternal order whose charter committed them to upholding the ideals and values of the ancient Empire. A pseudo-religious reverence emerged among the group for the 6th-century Byzantine emperor Justinian...[T]he order took Justinian's famed military campaign, Renovatio Imperii (restoration of the empire) as their namesake...By the 18th century, the order had a firm, if covert, grip on the British Empire. After fomenting revolution in New England, they seized the opportunity to influence the shape and scope of the ascendant United States of America. [These] photographs...offer a rare glimpse within the structures that house various components of the Renovatio Imperii network as it exists in the nation's capitol.

Adam Ryder

About the Artist

Adam Ryder is an artist who focuses his photo-based practice on the built environment, urbanism, and infrastructure.

News and Notables
  • Exhibited at Gulf & Western Gallery, 2019
  • Photo District News Annual Award Winner, 2017
  • Hamiltonian Gallery Fellow, 2014