Legs Don't Die By Mark Wallis
"At the Hudson River, there is a lot of energy and structures: in the 80s, this is where the hookers, the drag queens and the street people used to hand out. A community that stood together and gained strength from each other. Even though the boardwalk is gone, the legs don’t die."
Framed behind glass
51 x 41 cm
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