As if often the case with the Kasher Gallery, the human is the center of attention. Accra Shepp’s visual journal, containing black-and-white portraits of the indignant protesters of Occupy Wall Street, is being sold for a modest price. Vivian Maier also photographed the human, but in more everyday situations, and her images remind us that life’s poem is a simple and accessible one. Weegee is once again on the scene at the Kasher booth, with his celebrated images of the New York Streets, from the dead of night to the break of day.
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