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In 1980 Bruce Davidson began photographing the New York subway system, venturing regularly into this intoxicating, sometimes dangerous subterranean world. "When you are in the Subway, what is beautiful appears bestial, and what is bestial appears beautiful." Bruce Davidson.
Between 1994 and 1995, Christopher Wool shot a series of black-and-white photographs in downtown New York City that he calls East Broadway Breakdown, after a street on the Lower East Side, the neighborhood where he lives and works.
Black & White is the definitive collection of Bruce Davidson’s black and white photography, spanning a period of 40 years.
(Un)Sanctioned: The Art on New York Streets by New York City based photographer Luna Park is the culmination of a decade of obsessively keeping up with NYC graffiti and street art, a time period which saw a seismic shift in the public perception and acceptance of the artform.
Nibor Reiluos goes to live in NYC for a year in 2005. As a photographer who is passionate about graffiti he sets out to survey the streets of Manhattan in their entirety. 10 years later in 2015 he decides to return to 200 addresses selected to be shot again. He will end up keeping 99 of them to make up this book.
« There have been books, newspaper articles and films about graffiti before, but 1984 was the year the book Subway Art was published. That book (…) accidentally spread New York’s subway graffiti around the world and has defined it to this day. » Rj Rushmore in Viral Art.v