IMPORTANT COVID NOTICE
UNTIL JANUARY 7, V1 GALLERY & EIGHTEEN ARE ONLY OPEN FOR DELIVERIES AND PICK UP BY APPOINTMENT
MONDAY – FRIDAY: 10 AM – 5 PM
SATURDAY – SUNDAY: CLOSED
ONLINE STORE ALWAYS OPEN
YOU CAN ALWAYS REACH US
“New York is the meeting place of the peoples, the only city where you can hardly find a typical American,” wrote modernist poet and author Djuna Barnes in a 1916 essay. More than a century later, New York can still feel like its own self-contained ecosystem, but the “typical” of today looks totally different from that of Barnes’s time. This July, Topic Magazine sent photographer Peter Funch out onto the streets of Manhattan to capture a species living in the concrete jungle – specifically, the workers who call New York City home.
See the entire feature story here