New York in the 1960s: the photos of Takayuki Ogawa

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New York in the late 1960s was a different place to the prosperous, multicultural city of today. 

In 1967, Japanese photographer Takayuki Ogawa moved there to document a place that was edging into decay, but also bursting with life (and occasionally death). 

The best of his work has been collated in the book New York Is. And the good news is that these photos can be now be bought here.

Looking through them, you'll find a Big Apple captured, tetering on the edge, but never more vibrant, more vital.

 

  








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