Night Walk, by Ken Schles is dedicated "to the memory of those who died in the scourge of AIDS and violence that gripped the East Village during the late 1980s". Compiled more than 25 years after the ravages, this work is the counterpart to Invisible City, a dark book published by the photographer in 1988. At the time, Schles was living in an abandoned East Village building taken over by heroin addicts.
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