Was very sad to just stumble upon this short video doc about the Chris Pape’s artwork in the Freedom Tunnel. I was in the Freedom Tunnel regularly as part of the Bench Bugs: Portraits of Homeless New York project. I was lucky enough to be invited to dinner in the tunnel by some homeless people, and also slept there, so I got to see his artwork before Amtrak painted over it.
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“Cutting edge reportage – Alan Emmins sees the world with such a fresh eye,” William Shaw
“Emmins’ portraits are tender and often shake his self-confidence to its core.” the Metro
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