Details:

The artist considered Times Square the spiritual hub of New York, and in this photograph, he captures its vibrant mix of illusion and reality.
Unframed
Signed and dated
Due to the time period in which he was working, Louis considered each print of the work to be a work of art in its own right. Louis did not produce the photographs in editions.

① Artwork:

The Great White Way, Times Square

The artist considered Times Square the spiritual hub of New York, and in this photograph, he captures its vibrant mix of illusion and reality. The artist lived most of his life in the bustling, smoke-filled metropolis, which he felt was full of both marvelous promise and disillusionment lurking in the darkness.

Specs:

9 inches
13.38 inches

③ Artist:

Louis Stettner

Over a seven-decade career, Louis Stettner’s photography encompassed both the American street style and the French tradition of portraying everyday life. He frequently documented people at work, as well as their commute home, partly as a political act. He turned to color photography later in life, with much of his format and mission remaining the same.

④ Additional:

Louis Stettner:
The Great White Way, Times Square, 1954
Black and white photograph
13.4 × 9.0 inches /
Louis Stettner:
The Great White Way, Times Square, 1954
Black and white photograph
13.4 × 9.0 inches /
louis stettner the great white way times square

The artist considered Times Square the spiritual hub of New York, and in this photograph, he captures its vibrant mix of illusion and reality.More

  • Unframed
  • Signed and dated
  • Due to the time period in which he was working, Louis considered each print of the work to be a work of art in its own right. Louis did not produce the photographs in editions.
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