I wanted to photograph the spaces in Manhattan that are not in the tourist guides and virtually unknown except to the people who actually live here.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 09, 2014
Artist Nate Stack spent the early part of 2014 documenting parts of New York City with his camera. The result is a 'double' featured exhibition. View art: Artzizzle that expose parts of the city unknown in images both black and white and in color. The photography reveals special places in Manhattan that are rarely seen by the general public: reflections, animals and open space. The magical places and objects he photographs usually go undiscovered and are only found off the beaten path.
"I wanted to photograph the places in Manhattan that are not in the tourist guides and virtually unknown except to those who actually live here," said the artist when asked why he chose this photographic direction.
The artist also created a short video in black/white and color, titled 'Noise' that chronicles the sights and sounds of NYC during that period of time in 2014.
About the Artist
Ideological Expressionist Nate Stack calculates every brushstroke, selects color as neutral background and conducts his visual exploration into some of life's deeper issues like racism, poverty, and social injustice with single-minded drive and focus.
Artzizzle is a digital gallery that offers art, advice and services to both novice and professional art collectors around the globe, including members-only features such as digital collection archiving with 'My Collection' and digital wall space to showcase art 'On My Wall'.
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