New York photographer Donna Ferrato has been living in the Triangle Below Canal Street – also known as TriBeCa – for the last twenty years. During this period, the district has been subject to considerable changes, with particular transformations happening following the events of September 11, 2001. Nowadays, it has become a completely different place.
Equipped with a Leica, Ferrato began documenting her neighbourhood, to try and capture the fleeting nature of places and people, along with the associated emotions. As the photographer herself says: “The Tribeca collection flows naturally as a visual story. My aim is to trigger memories with these photographs.”
Ferrato photographed this latest work for the TriBeCa Project with the Leica S System. The whole collection of fascinating impressions of people strolling around, families, immigrants, gangsters and artists in the Triangle Below Canal Street area is now on display at the Leica Gallery in New York.
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