David Godichaud’s will be exhibiting photographs from the series So Coney! at the Galerie Maître-Albert in Paris through February 28th.
Godichaud shot the series in 2011 while living in Brooklyn. The winds of modernization had begun to blow, with the destruction of old sites and homes that had been the very soul of Coney Island for over sixty years.
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