About the NYC 57th Street Subway Print…
“The roughed up geometry of the 57th Street subway station caught my eye. Even in Midtown, it seems isolated. My eyes automatically follow the worn down yellow warning lines. It’s a huge contrast from the busy sidewalks just a few feet overhead.” — Street Photographer Deborah Julian
Suggestion: Waiting, Roosevelt Island NYC Subway Station
All of the printing is done by me, every print is signed by me on the white border at the bottom. I use only Archival Epson Papers and Epson ink.
Maintenance of the subway system as been politicized since LaGuardia was mayor, way back in the 1930s. Pressure to keep fares low and a government takeover of the system yields a reliable, not very clean underground universe, one with few colorful details. Efficiency to the extreme, but costly because of layers of bureaucracy.
In this photograph, I wanted to show the loneliness and alienation encouraged by hard, raw stations without enough human touches. Unlike what most visitors see, this is very much at the heart of New York.
This fine art print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished on museum quality, archival Epson paper. Deborah Julian prints exclusively in her workshop. Prints are signed on the white border beneath the image or on the reverse.
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Prints are shipped United States Postal Service, First Class. They are sealed in clear plastic with backing to prevent bending or wrinkles.
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