Alfred Steiglitz was a key player in the New York street photography scene from the beginning of the twentieth century. It’s his candid spectatorial of the big city’s spirit and people that has been the creative catalyst for many a photographer shooting on the streets today – and with them, the Everybody Street tribute film project by Cheryl Dunn. Featuring a cinematic compilation of interviews and photographs with those artists who dedicate themselves to the city today, it’s full of wonderfully honest, anecdote-heavy insights from great photographers like Joel Meyerowitz and Rocky Powell.
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