Stillsoho by Carla Borel presents a series of intimate black and white portraits of artists, writers, flanneurs, and bon viveurs, taken in and around Soho. Using photography as a memoir, Borel records the human activity around her with a sensitivity rooted in affection for her subjects. Her openness to accident and the unexpected is indicative of her openness to the moment and lends empathy to the strange and tender encounters captured.
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