Friday, July 26th, 2019, Good Morning!
Good morning! Wishing you a happy Friday, July 26th, 2019 from all of us at Viewing NYC! Here's what the weather looks like in the City right now.
The Faces Of The New York Subway In Fantastic Black And White Images
Luc Kordas is an independent photographer currently based in New York who started his photography journey about ten years ago, mostly focusing on portraits and street photography. He remained completely faithful to these two genres until this day and calls NYC an ideal playground for his passion. Kordas moved to New York in 2014, and since then he continues documenting the diversity of the Big Apple in pictures.
Studio 54 Photos And The Debauchery That Ensued
Studio 54 has gone down in history as the ultimate nightclub, a place where everyone who was anyone went to get down, boogie, and be seen. For 33 short months the club was the height of cool in Manhattan, with club goers who managed to get past the velvet rope falling into a deluge of drugs and debauchery.
Fred Herzog | Robson Street (1957) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Available for sale from Laurence Miller Gallery, Fred Herzog, Robson Street (1957), Archival pigment print, 38 × 28 in
Amazing Photos from Studio 54, Xenon, the Mudd Club and More '70s NYC Nightlife Haunts
A new book of photos by Bill Bernstein documents NYC's glittery late-70s nightlife scene.
Veniero's Pasticceria, NYC, FRANCK BOHBOT STUDIO · Art photographs · YellowKorner
This photograph comes from the "Light On" series produced between 2013 and 2014 in New York. The artist captured the lights and colours that illuminate the nocturnal cityscape of the city that never sleeps, thanks to the lighting from the myriad storefronts of delis and restaurants. While they continue with their activities, they gradually become devoid of people as the night goes on, thus giving way to a "second life", a calmer and more laidback atmosphere. Like the photographs of Robert…
Photographic Print: Subway Entrance in Times Square Neighborhood by Thomas D. Mcavoy : 24x18in
size: 24x18in Photographic Print: Subway Entrance in Times Square Neighborhood by Thomas D. Mcavoy : Artists
Harry Gruyaert | New York City, USA (1985) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Available for sale from GALLERY FIFTY ONE, Harry Gruyaert, New York City, USA (1985), Archival pigment print, printed later, 53 × 80 cm