Watching the gyro, Сoney Island, 1949

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According to the author himself, most of all he liked to observe others on his native Peninsula of Coney island. “Over the years, the image of Coney island has reflected immigration waves and shifting district boundaries. Orthodox Jews, African-Americans, Italians, Russians, Puerto Ricans. All this motley crowd from all over the world was attracted by the surf, sand, wide sidewalks, rides, Nathan’s hot dogs and the opportunity to relax and forget about restrictions.”

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Edition: 20
Archival pigment print
Print size: 50 х 40 cm
Size including frame: 70 х 60 cm
Signed and numbered verso by the author
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