Art on the Corner is an exhibit presented in windows of an empty retail space at 2780 Broadway and West 107th Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, this exhibit can be viewed any time of day through May 13th, 2020.
Art on the Corner seeks to reflect and celebrate the neighborhood during these challenging times and harness the power of art to provoke thought, inspire and unite with a range of media including photography. I was honored to be one of the artists selected. You can also see the exhibit virtually on their website.
In “Construction Reflections” each window portrays a mini abstract photo of the building being constructed across the street. This photograph was taken on the High Line. It is a limited edition archival pigment print. Image size is 20×15″. Matted, it is displayed in an 27 X 23″ frame (with no glass) for $400. “Construction Reflections” is also available smaller or unframed or as a dye sublimation metal pint. “That’s Entertainment” is part of a series photographed in Washington Square Park. The original presentation is a polyptych printed on fabric to enhance the kinetic energy of the performer and curious pigeon. But this one image defines it all! Printed on 15×15″ cotton fabric, the image measures 19×15″ with hanging assembly for $300. (The entire series of 4 images can be viewed on my website). Both are limited edition photographs. Please see my contact page to email me for more information or purchases.
You can see more images of NYC on my website if you click on the galleries page (Moments in Manhattan and Mother Nature in Manhattan). Check out my book page for a self published book entitled Moments in Manhattan. Click on the link to view the book in its entirety.