Clayton’s Corner: My New York, In Focus [PHOTOS]

Posted on: May 11th, 2017 at 5:10 am by

This is my New York, in focus. Just some shots around the neighborhood

…David Peel (RIP). At 9 Bleecker Street, during the Yippee Headquarters days. Aron Kay Pieman. David Peel, Buzzy Linhart, Mickey “The Pope of Dope” Cezar, Coco Crystal…

…Jim “Mosaic Man” Power working on a new Robert Frank mosaic to go on an Astor Place Pole…

…2 workers at FedEx/KINKO’s on East Houston…

…Book Fair in Hester Park. Let’s Panic, Joe Vasta, Autre editor-at-large, Adam Jehrer, wearing a gold chain. Subway gymnastics…

…Katrina Del Mar at her one-woman opening at Art on A gallery, along with Wendy Script gallery owner and head of Wendigo Productions…

…Charles Gatewood. A trailblazer for people interested in photography outside the mainstream. He was a leader and torch carrier of the tattoo – body art/modification worlds. Memorial at the International Center of Photography…

…Elsa Rensaa and Joey Goodwin on red carpet for Shadowman world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival; it won second place in audience appreciation…

…”The Chipman” at Katz’s Deli on East Houston Street…

…Posters for Shadowman movie…

All photos courtesy of Clayton Patterson.

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