This series is an attempt to reveal a very different side of one of the most iconic and crowded neighborhoods in New York City – one that is a far cry from the frenzied, neon-signed streets familiar to tourists. Instead, I am interested in moments and juxtapositions, which may be “small” but that capture emotions and hint at mysterious narratives. […]
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