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Manhattan in B&W, April 2020

Award-winning photographer and writer Paul Clemence has been exploring the streets of Manhattan during these strangest of days. Here are some of his images, presented in black and white — because this is pretty much how New York City feels at this point in time.


Grand Central. @Paul Clemence


Meatpacking, 14th Street, eastbound. @Paul Clemence


Meatpacking. @Paul Clemence


Meatpacking. @Paul Clemence


Bryant Park. @Paul Clemence


Chelsea rides. @Paul Clemence


Bryant Park. @Paul Clemence


Stairs to the High Line. @Paul Clemence


West Side Highway. @Paul Clemence


Flatiron Building, wearing a mask. @Paul Clemence


Times Square @Paul Clemence




Paul Clemence is an award-winning photographer and writer exploring the cross sections of design, art and architecture. A published author, his volume Mies van der Rohe’s FARNSWORTH HOUSE remains to this day the most complete photo documentation of that iconic modern residential design, and a selection of these photos is part of the Mies van der Rohe Archives housed by MoMa, New York. He is widely published in arts, architecture and lifestyle magazines like Metropolis,ArchDaily, Architizer, Modern, Casa Vogue Brasil and others. Archi-Photo, aka Architecture Photography, his Facebook photo blog quickly became a photography and architecture community, with over 970,000 followers worldwide. An architect by training, Clemence is originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

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  1. Marian J Betancourt
    April 9, 2020 at 9:54 am — Reply

    Very moving. Thank you.

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