The Corner of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue…

The work of Peter Funch is, in the most captivating sense of the term, lost in time. It seems like the sort of work Andy Warhol might be doing now were
 he still alive. It’s twenty-first century yet 1970s. It’s metropolitan, cosmopolitan and simultaneously inhabits any number of art niches: social sculpture, time-based-art, and portraiture. As well, it feels creepy and stalkery in a very nice way… a kinder, gentler kind of surveillance.

Check this book out. Peter is a photographer that shot the same corner over and over. Enough times that he captured the same people. Love this concept. 

The book “42nd and Vanderbilt” is published by TBW Books