I’m a sucker for a good museum exhibit. And this looks like a good one: In honor of the upcoming 1-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, a photography museum in New York is showing shots from the street.
One interesting thing about the photos is how different they are from one another. Some are in color, while others are in black and white. Some look professionally shot, while others definitely look like they were taken by amateur photographers. Not even all of them are from the original Occupy movement in New York. But they all project a feeling of “being right there,” which is what makes them so compelling.
The anniversary of Occupy Wall Street is September 17th, and the exhibit runs at the International Center of Photography from August 18th until September 30th. But in case you can’t make it to the Big Apple, enjoy this small sample from the exhibit!
[via The Daily Beast]