Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York Tod Seelie -

Oct 25, 2013 · Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York compiles a decade and a half of pictures from a roiling underground of music and art and noise and mess. Organized aesthetically, the collection features friends and comrades tromping through basement rock shows and dirty parties, climbing up bridges, and descending into live subway tunnels. BRIGHT NIGHTS Photographs of Another New York $ 25.00 / On Sale. Add to Cart. Colorful. New York Times. Tod Seelie loves New York, but not the version depicted in postcards. His city is an underground haven for people at society’s edges, people who come alive at night, who make music and art and noise and mess. The photographs in the book create a love poem to the city that not only doesn’t sleep—it cavorts around at 3:00 am looking for the next adventure. Tod is releasing his first book of photography with the amazing Prestel Publishing. The book will become available to the public sometime in November. BRIGHT NIGHTS is an amazing book! Nov 26, 2013 · Tod Seelie has been living and photographing in NYC since 1997. He recently published a book of these photographs, BRIGHT NIGHTS: Photographs of Another New York. His New York is not what you might expect, and it's definitely not the one you see on postcards. To celebrate the publication of BRIGHT NIGHTS, Tod is taking it on the road around the US. He will be. Oct 30, 2013 · Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York is a collection of the photos of Tod Seelie, a Brooklyn-based photographer who has been documenting New York City’s underground art and music scene for the past 15 years.Over the years Seelie has photographed art boat flotillas, illicit underground dinner parties, urban exploration expeditions, and more.

May 09, 2014 · This nostalgia for a less-refined NYC is absent in Tod Seelie’s Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York. Taken over a period of 14 years, the images in Seelie’s compendium are a cry of defiance in the face of both the progenitors of modern-day gentrification and proponents of the “old” New York City. New York’s new face. BRIGHT NIGHTS Photographs of Another New York is the first book of photography from Tod Seelie, published by Prestel. Tod Seelie Photography Cart $ 0.00 0. May 01, 2013 · Brooklyn Street Art The Superior Bugout is pleased to present the opening of Tod Seelie's new collection of work entitled "BRIGHT NIGHTS: PHOTOGRAPHS OF ANOTHER NEW YORK." Opening Thursday May 2nd from 7 to 11pm at TENDER TRAP 245 S1st btwn Roebling and Havemeyer in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NYC. On January 31 st, the Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative PAI, which is located behind downtown Charlottesville, hosted a talk by photographer Tod Seelie on his new book Bright Nights: Photography of Another New York. The book puts the reader through the eyes of an artist entrenched in subculture. The photographs that are scattered throughout its pages range from tall-bike jousting rallies. May 02, 2013 · Tod Seelie Is Releasing a Photography Book: 14-Years of “Bright Nights” in NYC By Marina Galperina May 2, 2013 - 03:00PM Since 1999, Tod Seelie a.k.a. Sucka Pants has been shooting iconic New York — not your shiny postcard tourist New York, not your banal work-a-day New York.

His book BRIGHT NIGHTS: Photographs of Another New Yorkwas finished in 2013 and chronicles Tod’s fifteen years as a resident New Yorker. Since then, he has fixed his lens on Los Angeles, and on Saturday, he will share a selection of his work in his new exhibition,Outland Empire.

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