to tell the story of his love for his home town neighborhood and the people who have lived there. At the suggestion of Mr. Bussell, the photographer revisited select places in some of his past work and took photographs to produce a before and after documentation of the life then and now. You will see, his aside from the obvious differences in architecture and fashion of the times, something in the way that black and white film allowed a photographer to capture light with precision of a master arbiter. The before and after combinations include a couple getting married in the Basilica in 1953 now, some happy folks at Milano's bar in 1947 and in 2014, and families living on Elizabeth street hanging out on their fire escapes in 1947, and not at all in 2014. This exhibit clearly gives the viewer of sense of what has been and what is around us now. I really felt nostalgic for my own neighborhood even if it was way uptown. The exhibit "Then and Now" is up until September 29th so take a stroll over there soon.