Larry Silver’s Striking Black-and-White Photos of Postwar New York City Life

July 8, 2016
Bronx-born photographer Larry Silver’s black-and-white photos of postwar New York City life reveal a metropolis in transition. We see a different skyline, before the original Pennsylvania Station was demolished and the United Nations Headquarters was a newly erected building. Nearly 50 of those images are now part of an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society that is open through December 4. Read more…
Creative: Tronvig Group