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Bruce Davidson’s FREE Exhibit “Subway,” Talk TONIGHT

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If you’re a huge fan of FREE art – particularly about the great City of New York, check out a FREE exhibition of selections from Bruce Davidson‘s 1986 photography series, Subway at the Aperture Foundation Gallery. But wait, there’s more! If you go today, Wednesday, at 6:30pm, Davidson himself will be there to give a FREE talk and sign copies of Subway (copies of the book are NOT FREE). What’s that? You still want more? How about an artist introduction from Mr. Yo! MTV Raps himself – Fab 5 Freddy. Word.

This collection is absolutely essential for anyone living in NYC. Though his photos are nearly 30 years old, they still remind us that the city is diverse (in case you didn’t know) and one thing that unites us is the rapid transit system.

If you’d rather skip the talk and just check out the fancy pictures, the exhibit runs through Saturday, 10/29 (the gallery hours are 10am-6pm). And it’s FREE. More info here.

Bruce Davidson: Subway
10/26, 6:30pm
Aperture Foundation Gallery (547 W.27th St., 4th fl.)

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Quincey Trigillo - Judicious Journalist

Quincey Trigillo - Judicious Journalist

A recent transplant from Orange County, California, Quincey is in the big city with an Empire State Building-sized craving for culture... and learning that "free" part of freelance. Having been a high school English teacher for the last few years, she sadly knows the penny pinching lifestyle all too well. She's got a freakishly adorable dachshund named Walter Matthau and she really enjoys taking a bite out of this Big Apple everyone keeps talking about. Quincey may look straight outta the 'burbs, but.. well, yeah, she's straight outta the 'burbs.

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