Jeff Mermelstein - Photographer

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Leica: 100 years of photography - Sidewalk, New York, 1995 Picture: Jeff Mermelstein

Flak Photo: Jeff Mermelstein, woman walking an iguana I love the mystery of not seeing the owner's face. Why is an iguana on a leash walking down the street? It is not a common site to see.

Jeff Mermelstein, woman walking an iguana, 1995 |

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All photographs in this article are copyrighted by Jeff Mermelstein. I love the street photography of Jeff Mermelstein. Hailing from New York City, he is one of the most prolific street photographe…

Untitled, 1993 - Jef Mermelstein

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Man I love Jeff Mermelstein.

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Martha Cooper’s photographs of New York graffiti in the seventies and eighties helped catapult hip hop around the globe.

Untitled - Martha Cooper

Jeff Mermelstein Untitled, (Two Policemen with Billy Clubs, New York City), 1985

I don't know why, but I love this for its humor and humanity - Jeff Mermelstein Untitled (Christmas Tree Delivery, New York City),&

Jeff Mermelstein Untitled (Santa with Sex Cards, New York City), 1990

The works of French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson are currently featured at Somerset House in London, as part of the exhibition 'Cartier-Bresson: a question of colour’.

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