Groover’s retrospective presentation at Borden’s ADAA booth this month, the first since the artist’s death, focused on her “Kitchen” photo series and staged color images from the ‘70s and ‘80s. Here the dealer shows selections from “Industrials” and “Le Chantier,” lesser-known series of palladium-platinum prints. “Industrials” captures deserted locations in the now-romanticized New York of the 1980s; the pictures’ strong lines and hulking forms recall the compositions of painter Charles Sheeler. Emptied of people, the melancholic shots turn modernism’s optimism about commercial production on its head. “Le Chantier,” shot in France in the 1990s along the depopulated route of a developing highway, recalls earthy 19th-century realism. Two prints of Untitled 1982, #1183 (an edition of 15), on a wall toward the back, reveal the tonal range of Groover’s process, from ruddy sepias to glowing metallics and deep blacks.