One day in 1977 I was walking past the World Trade Center, and I walked up to the base of the thing and took a photo of it straight on, eye level on the street. The resulting print was a sharp photograph of a specific thing that told you absolutely nothing about that thing, which was more symbolic than could be photographed anyway. My kind of photograph, I thought. I shot hundreds more of this style photograph of corporate headquarters and other New York landmarks over the next year, and here’s a bunch of them.


Signed artist pigment proofs of any of these images are available for collection:
14″ x 21″ on 17″ x 22″ Museo archival cotton paper. $500@
12″ x 18″ on 13″ x 19″ Museo archival cotton paper. $300@
7″ x 10.5″ on 8.5″ x 11″ Museo archival cotton paper. $125@
I also have available many vintage silver halide prints from this series printed on 8×10, 11×14, and 16×20 Kodak paper; terms debatable.