Final Week to See Street Life: A New York City Vanishing Act at SoHo Photo Gallery

Final Week to See Street Life: A New York City Vanishing Act at SoHo Photo Gallery

Fall officially began last week and one of my favorite things to do during the season is visit the many galleries that pepper Manhattan. And, on of my favorites is SoHo Photo Gallery. Contrary to the name, it rests on a quiet strip of White Street, teeming with cast-iron buildings, in TriBeCa. The large, two-floor space has a homey feel and features a diverse array of photographers—whose subject matter ranges from awe-inspiring landscapes to thought-provoking portraits and more.

On view thru October 3, Ruben Natal-San Miguel’s Street Life: A New York City Vanishing Actfocuses on the  traditions and lifestyles of NYC street culture—an aesthetic that is slowly disappearing due to gentrification.

While at the gallery, visitors can also view the delicate photos of Sandra Carrion and Lois Youmans in their exhibition A Period of Existence, which explores the delicacy of life through the photo documentation of plant life in various stages of decay; John Custodio’s On the Road: Structures, which presents interesting landscapes; Carol Julien’s In Motion, a blurry, contrasting black-and-white depiction of multicultural urban environments and the capture of public unscripted moments; and Raphael Senzamici’s Small Worlds, a series of panoramic photographs made to look like small worlds.

For more on these exhibitions, click here. 

Pictured: Radio Man (c) Ruben Natal-San Miguel

 

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