The NYC street vendor scene is an essential part of the texture of this metropolis, sustaining us with soft pretzels, tamales, roasted nuts, halal plates, and so much more. Perhaps the most iconic sidewalk fare is the hot dog, the reigning king of New York street meat—affordable, easy to eat on the go, satisfying, and widely available. Part of Abbott’s acclaimed Changing New York series, Hot Dog Stand, West St. and North Moore, Manhattan is a departure from the photographs of architecture and urban design that are usually referenced in characterizing the project. But as our Berenice Abbott collectors already know, the artist often turned her lens on more intimate details of the city as well. Cheese stores, newsstands, bakeries, automats, and hot dog carts are as much a part of New York’s makeup as the skyscrapers, bridges, and buildings, Abbott’s images seem to say ... More on the blog!
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Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta
10"x8" | edition of 10
14"x11" | edition of 150
20"x16" | edition of 25
24"x20" | edition of 10