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Normally people post signs waninng/asking/begging/threatening with instructions not to park in front of a driveway or garage entrance. Only in the West Village have I ever seen hand-scrawled sign notifying all who come by that: This is NOT an active NOT an active Driveway. Bldg NOT in USE for years. And for the record – there was […]

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I had been saving this image to announce my participation in a new project, until I realized that it has nothing to do with the project. I’ll announce the project soon.  It’s not a secret, and it’s not my personal project, but I don’t have the pieces in place to make my first entry and announcement […]

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Available In My Galleries Here Early Sunday morning in the West Village, at the corner of Leroy and Greenwich Streets. The entire outside of the building is a copy/version of a previous work by Martin Creed originally shown at the Tate in London. I think the idea behind the piece — “the whole world + […]

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A few months ago when I shot the interior of Grand Central Terminal using A Minolta CLE and Ilford HP5 Plus film, I needed to head outside to finish the roll. This is one of the shots I grabbed, from an overpass hard by the East River that looks straight down 42nd Street looking west.

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these weeks go by fast, and this is the last image in the Grand Central Terminal series on the blog. I went back and forth on deciding which image to use. It came down to this one, or another that was less interesting but technically superior. I decided to go with this one despite its […]

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