Ruben Natal-San Miguel is a long time Harlem resident, an architect and a photographer. He documents everyday life and turns to the streets to capture his portraits. Here, there’s nothing more than images of people being themselves in their environment, but with a certain beauty. His work is currently on view at the Ilon Art Gallery, in Harlem. “I have always been drawn to textures, patterns, bright colors, great design and self-expression.” says Ruben Natal-San Miguel. “I love Ruben’s work because it’s celebration of the diversity of cultures that make up our great city” says Loni Efron, the owner of...
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