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Timeless Street Photography from New York’s Many Parks

Diane Arbus began photographing in Central Park in 1956, and for the next fifteen years, she returned time and again to Central and Washington Square Parks for a fresh dose of the unexpected. For generations of photographers who followed, New York City's parks have continued to inspire. In this storyboard, we can rediscover Black history in Central Park, enjoy moments of sunlit repose in Brooklyn's Prospect Park, and uncover the hidden gems of Fort Tryon and Inwood Parks.

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Timeless Street Photography from New York’s Many Parks
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    “In the Park” with Diane Arbus

    “In the Park” with Diane Arbus

    Diane Arbus A young man and his girlfriend with hot dogs in the park, N.Y.C. 1971 During the late 1960s, a shift began to occur as New York City …

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