Published on Nov 6, 2012
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This short movie shows the pain that WW2 brought us.
Made by After Effects.
Like any city, New York is covered in advertisements. Bright, flashy banners on every corner tout goods and services that, to the average city dweller, range from daily necessities to luxuries. But another visual element of urban life is just as familiar, and just as often overlooked: the homeless.
Andres Serrano, a life-long New Yorker and artist who has tackled intractable controversies over the course of his career, unveiled a new project last week that combines these two constant visual features of city life. Residents of New York, a series of large format portraits of the homeless, has taken over the spaces typically occupied by advertisements at the West 4th Street subway station in New York’s West Village and at other locations in the bustling Manhattan neighborhood.
Read more: Homeless in New York: A Public Art Project Goes Underground.
Trailer for Andres Serrano: Residents of New York. This site specific public art installation, produced by More Art, opens on May 19th, 2014.