Seen in New York: A Pop-Up Photo Series from Openhouse Gallery + Friends

Seen in New York series: Wendy Ploger, a fine art street photographer and graphic designer living in New York, was gallery hopping in Chelsea when she snapped this reflective picture. “I’m always drawn to the water towers on the buildings in New York,” she writes. Check out Wendy Ploger’s photo blog and join her on Twitter @furrybunny.

Steven Lau for Openhouse Gallery's Seen in New York photo seriesSteven Lau took this shot in Union Square. “It represents the spirit of our city at its best,” he writes. “A homeless woman employs a clever marketing gimmick set against a city bus and the American flag.” Follow Steven’s picturesque tumblr and join him on Twitter @SLphotographies.

Joseph Karras, a former Marine, shoots the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge through the sunroof of his friends’ car at 60 mph.
Openhouse Gallery the New York pop-up space's Seen in Nolita pop-up photo series

Two best friends from Maryland share a pair of heart tattoos. Corner of Mulberry and Spring streets.




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