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Photos Reflect on City Neighborhoods in Flux
A decade of change is on display in Zoe Leonard’s collection of photographs, ‘Analogue,’ on display though August at the Museum of Modern Art.
By Andy Battaglia

“A lot of people take pictures of New York’s ever-changing neighborhoods. Zoe Leonard took 12,000.” - The Wall Street Journal

See Analogue in The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium through August 30, 2015.

A No. 1 train runs through Inwood.


Murray’s Sturgeon Shop, since 1946
2429 Broadway, New York, NY 10024
(tel: SC4-2650—telephone exchange SChuyler 4 = Upper West Side Manhattan)

“You could learn about a fella by knowing his exchange. A MOnument fella was up near 100th Street and West End Avenue. You could picture him coming downtown on the IRT, strolling first to 96th and Broadway for the newspapers, passing the Riviera and Riverside movie theaters (both gone). The ATwater girl was an East Side girl, a taxi-hailing girl, on her way to her job at Benton and Bowles. A CIrcle fella was a midtown fella, entering his CIrcle-7 Carnegie-area office with a sandwich from the Stage Deli. And what about a SPring-7 girl, twirling the ends of her long brown hair as she lay on her bed talking to you on the phone? A Greenwich Village girl. A 777 girl is nothing. She is invisible. She is without irony, seldom listens to music.” – Jonathan Schwartz, New York Magazine

Nighttime in Greenwich Village.