NYC book #14

The photographer William Klein set out to re-invent the photographic document. Unfortunately, I didn’t make note of where I pulled the following quote. Interested reading more search the quote. “His photos, often blurred or out of focus, his high-contrast prints (his negatives were often severely over-exposed), his use of high-grain film and wide angles shocked the established order of the photography world and he
earned a reputation as an anti-photographer’s photographer.”

Along the east river promenade directly across from the old domino sugar factory in the east river park, 5 piles of granite slabs along the walk way next to a track and baseball field. Find the slab where I stood to create this image. There you will find your book.

Good luck and please when you find it here.

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