Three grids of images, each from a different city: Paris, New York, and Shanghai. Two are of men on motorcycles, one is of bike messengers. Sure, it's kind of a gimmick, but for some reason it totally works. In his book on the three cities (images from which are on view at the Aperture Gallery in New York City), Hans Eijkelboom has created an incredible study of street life in each--and a rare opportunity to compare among the three. In capturing everything from little old ladies in flowered dresses to teenagers with mohawks, always in sets of 10 or more images, he draws attention to the diversity of the cities, but equally to the way styles are repeated and permutated in such dense urban areas.