Thursday, October 26, 2017

Halloween 1993 - West Village "after parade street party" - SPECIAL REPOST !

The best part of the Halloween parade in NY is always the wild street party that takes place afterwards in the streets of Greenwich Village. In 1993, people went crazy until the morning hours...That night, I had the chance to shoot a couple of rolls of black and white film while having fun...

Please also see: 

Wigstock 1993 at Tompkins Square Park 

Wigstock 1992

Gay Pride 1993 and 1997






































Tuesday, October 17, 2017

NEW YORK IN THE 1990's ON THE WEB - Selected reviews, articles, etc. - PART 3 - Updated January 1st 2018 -

NEW YORK IN THE 1990's PHOTO ARCHIVES 

ON THE WEB

Selected reviews, articles, news, etc. PART 3

Please also see: PART 1 and PART 2

 

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NEW YORK in the 1990's PHOTO ARCHIVES featured in readersvoices.com 

 

NEW YORK in the 1990's PHOTO ARCHIVES featured in two upcoming documentary films. 

I am happy to present two upcoming documentary films featuring pictures from this site. Both directors used my images to help document and illustrate New York City in the 90's. Two stories that shine a light on two very different subjects both linked to New York's recent history.  

 

Miracle on 42nd street, The story of Manhattan Plaza, the renowned experiment in subsidized housing for people in the performing arts.

 

Getting Naked, A Burlesque Story. A fun and sexy chronicle of NYC's burlesque sub-culture. It intimately follows several brilliant performers in their on and off-stage lives, delving into their art, their struggles and their humanity, against the backdrop of an ever-changing, perennially tough New York City. The film had its World Premiere in Venice last month.
 

Please also see: Looking for Stephen Sprouse (video documentary 2009)

Thursday, October 12, 2017

NEW YORK IN THE 1990's NOW ON INSTAGRAM !

https://www.instagram.com/newyork1990s/

Thursday, September 14, 2017

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The making of a series of 17 large black and white custom prints for the Highline Hotel in Chelsea.
(Hahnemühle "William Turner" paper)

Monday, September 11, 2017

WORLD TRADE CENTER (1992-1998) - DIFFERENT VIEWS PART 2 - SPECIAL REPOST -

The "Different Views " series are an attempt to offer a different photographic perspective of famous New York landmarks. Through a selection of images from the archives, the landmark is shown fully integrated in its urban environment. An alternative to the classic touristic landmark representation.

Please also see:

Different Views Part 1 - Flatiron Building

Different views Part 3 - Empire State Building 


 
This postcard was sent to me from NYC by my parents in the summer of 1977 as I was in vacations in the south of France. It is probably part of the many things that made me want to move to New York once I became old enough!