THE NEW YORK TIMES: PETER FUNCH SEES THE PATTERNS IN THE PEOPLE ON THE STREET
21 Mar 2018 -
We are very proud to see The New York Times write this great essay on Peter Funch’s 42nd And Vanderbilt series.
“If the resulting photographs are slightly discomfiting, they are also humane and compassionate, because they make us see that even within the incessant repetitions that constitute capitalist society, there is always a hidden and highly personal pattern to our movements. ” – Teju Cole, The New York Times.
Go read the full essay here: “Peter Funch Sees The Patterns In The People On The Streets”
56 works from the 42nd And Vanderbilt series is now exhibited in our sister gallery Eighteen and published in the book by the same name – you can purchase it right here: https://v1gallery.com/product/peter-funch-2/