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Tag Archives: Low Key

Thirteenth and Meatpacking

I pulled this one from the archives. It’s about 2 years old and I don’t know what to say about it. The scene pretty much speaks for itself and I don’t have anything to add in the way of history or insight. The partially destroyed mural is a mystery to me. Processing was straightforward, except […]

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Historical, and Physical, Graffiti

St. Mark’s Place is 3 blocks long, and it has an amazing history. At various times, all of the following people lived there: Alexander Hamiltion’s son (also named Alexander – the building he built still stands) James Fenimore Cooper Lenny Bruce Sylvain Sylvain (New York Dolls guitarist) Abbie Hoffman Joan Mitchell (painter) W.H. Auden Leon […]

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Grace Church School

Fourth Avenue is only six blocks long in Manhattan, connecting Cooper Square to Union Square. It has a variety of interesting elements, but none quite like this. This is the Grace Church School and Houses, on Fourth Avenue. Grace Church itself is on the other side of the school, on Broadway, and dates back as […]

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No Respect

Not an awful lot to say here. Sometimes the image just spekas for itself: just a “No Trespassing” sign that is not-so-old yet weathered, beaten down, and defaced on Water Street down by the South Street Seaport on Water Street in Manhattan.

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