See New York City’s Streets Through the Ages
40 years of NYC through the eyes of 12 photographers
Protest at NYPD Funeral, 2015
Drug Bust at 179 Essex
Lower East Side, 1989
Boogie Down Productions, KRS-One and Scott La Rock, 1987
Times Square Kid, 1973
Reflection of Jacob Riis Houses, Lower East Side, 2013
Arresting a BLM Demonstrator, 2015
Racist Cops, 2014
Train Conductor, Long Island City, 1985
Stealing a Banksy, 2013
Trade Towers from West Broadway, 1978
Hitching on Back of Bus, Lower East Side, 1978
New York City has been a playground for street photographers since the earliest days of the medium. The city thrives because people are forced to live so much of their lives on the streets, rather than tucked away in their homes, and a number of well-known photographers have made names for themselves wandering the five boroughs with a camera in hand.
“NYC Streets Then and Now,” which is currently on view at Salomon Arts Gallery, gathers the work of 12 avid New York street photographers whose images span the past 40 years.
Work from pioneering photographers such as Janette Beckman, Martha Cooper, and Robert Herman are presented alongside more contemporary artists like Jessica Lehman and Aymann Ismail. The show will be on view through January 23.
Saloman Arts Gallery is located on 83 Leonard St., 4th Fl., and will be open 2-5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday with extended hours until 7 p.m. on Saturday.