Photography: The Black and White Project Revisited, Days 19-22: April 19, 2016 – April 22, 2016

Photography: The Black and White Project Revisited, Days 19-22: April 19, 2016 – April 22, 2016

April 19 2016 (1) April 19 2016 (1a)

(Photo Caption: There’s nothing more old-school New York than seeing old sneakers hanging on an electrical wire. And it’s always a pleasant reminder when you’re in a neighborhood that’s gentrified as I was the other day.)

April 19 2016 (2)

(Photo Caption: T-Rex!)

April 19 2016 (3)

April 19 2016 (3a) April 19 2016 (3b)

(Photo Caption: JOVM mainstay artist Wolkoff performing songs off her long-awaited full-length debut Without Shame at The Knitting Factory earlier this week.)

April 20 2016 (1) (Photo Caption: Old neon signs, like this one, always catch my eye.) April 20 2016 (2)

April 20 2016 (2a) April 20 2016 (2b)

April 20 2016 (2c) April 20 2016 (2d)

(Photo Caption: Dancers in Washington Square Park.)

April 20 2016 (3) April 20 2016 (3a)

April 20 2016 (3b) April 20 2016 (3c)

April 20 2016 (3d) April 20 2016 (3e)

April 20 2016 (3f) April 20 2016 (3g)

April 20 2016 (3h) (Photo Caption: Jugglers juggling in Washington Square Park. As you can probably tell I wanted to try to capture the movement of their bowling pins and their bodies as much as humanly possible.) April 21 2016 (1)

(Photo Caption: You are here. You’re always here, even when you’re not here, you’re actually here — or “Hello, Brooklyn.”)

April 21 2016 (2) April 21 2016 (2a)

April 21 2016 (2b) (Photo Caption: Musicians performing at the Bedford Avenue L train station during the evening rush hour.) April 21 2016 (3)

April 21 2016 (4)

(Photo Caption: I’ve always loved this mural because it reminds me of cartoons from the 30s and 40s.)

April 22 2016 (1)

April 22 2016 (2) April 22 2016 (3)

April 22 2016 (3a) (Photo Caption: Jazz band performing in Washington Square Park.) April 22 2016 (4)

(Photo Caption: This artist had created an incredible chalk portrait of Senator Bernie Sanders last week. This week I caught him while he was working on a portrait of Prince, whose sudden death shocked music fans everywhere.)

For these photos and the photos of the project up to date, check out the Flickr set here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskwAcYJj

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