Book ReviewPatterns and Privilege, East and West: Jeffrey Milstein’s LANYThese soaring aerial photographs pair Los Angeles and New York from above, showing us enthralling visual patterns while hinting at the discrepancy between how the rich and poor live in America.Read More
Patterns and Privilege, East and West: Jeffrey Milstein’s LANY
These soaring aerial photographs pair Los Angeles and New York from above, showing us enthralling visual patterns while hinting at the discrepancy between how the rich and poor live in America.
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