Book Review#nycA sharp new take on ‘street’ photography, Jeff Mermelstein’s new book captures the dazzling highs and lows of everyday life in New York through the phone screens of its citizens.Read More
A sharp new take on ‘street’ photography, Jeff Mermelstein’s new book captures the dazzling highs and lows of everyday life in New York through the phone screens of its citizens.
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