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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.
Over the past generation Detroit has suffered economically worse than any other of the major American cities and its rampant urban decay is now glaringly apparent during this current recession. Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre documented this disintegration, showcasing structures that were formerly a source of civic pride, and which now stand as monuments...
Black & White is the definitive collection of Bruce Davidson’s black and white photography, spanning a period of 40 years.
In a follow-up to his previous photographic travelogues about Cairo, Athens and his native Wolfsburg, Peter Bialobrzeski visits Taipei to document the urban landscape of what was once considered the de facto capital of China, and what it has become today.