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In this Meet the Leica Meet, Adam Marelli discusses his project "Invisible City:" http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/meet-the-leica-meet-adam-marelli-invisible-city/

In this Meet the Leica Meet, Adam Marelli discusses his project "Invisible City:" http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/meet-the-leica-meet-adam-marelli-invisible-city/

Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989 by Ken Schles

'Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989': Ken Schles documents NYC's Lower East Side in the 80's

'Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989': Ken Schles documents NYC's Lower East Side in the 80's

'Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989': Ken Schles documents NYC's Lower East Side in the 80's

Anargyros Drolapas’ photographic project, inspired by Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, constitutes a study of Athens, a meditation on its character.

Anargyros Drolapas’ photographic project, inspired by Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, constitutes a study of Athens, a meditation on its character.

'Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989': Ken Schles documents NYC's Lower East Side in the 80's

'Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989': Ken Schles documents NYC's Lower East Side in the 80's

Brooklyn-born photographer Ken Schles moved to Alphabet City in and his apartment was pretty dark—literally. His landlord insisted on boarded-up windows because "junkies could steal the gates.

'Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989': Ken Schles documents NYC's Lower East Side in the 80's

'Invisible City / Night Walk, 1983-1989': Ken Schles documents NYC's Lower East Side in the 80's

‘Invisible City / Night Walk, Ken Schles documents NYC’s Lower East Side in the A gritty and penetrating portrayal of New York’s Lower East Side in the by Ken Schles will be on.

When Ken Schles’ book Invisible City was published in 1988, it quickly sold out. Schles even had trouble finding a copy of his collection of black-and-white photographs of Manhattan’s East Village—he had to ask a clerk at the St. Marks Bookstore for help.  “I was too shy to say it was mine,” Schles...

This New York City Neighborhood Was “Invisible” in the ’80s

When Ken Schles’ book Invisible City was published in 1988, it quickly sold out. Schles even had trouble finding a copy of his collection of black-and-white photographs of Manhattan’s East Village—he had to ask a clerk at the St. Marks Bookstore for help. “I was too shy to say it was mine,” Schles...

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