Sylvia Plachy: Brooklyn Bridge, vintage color print, 1984
Sylvia Plachy: Brooklyn Bridge, vintage color print, 1984 
Sylvia Plachy: Under the Williamsburg Bridge, vintage gelatine silver print, 1987 Sylvia Plachy: Siren on Fifth Avenue, vintage gelatine silver print, 1976 Sylvia Plachy: Tom Waits in Soho, vintage gelatine silver print, 1985 Philip Pocock: New York - East 4th St, vintage Cibachrome print, 35.5 x 45.5 cm, 1979
 
Philip Pocock: Fun - East 10th St, vintage Cibachrome print, 35.5 x 45.5 cm, 1984  Philip Pocock: Pink Tree - East 4th Street, vintage Cibachrome print, 45.5 x 35.5 cm, 1980   Philip Pocock: Beach People (mural by Shulamith Firestone) - Ave. C E. 4th St., vintage Cibachrome print, 35.5 x 45.5 cm, 1979  Philip Pocock: Parking - Rivington Chrystie St., vintage Cibachrome print, 35.5 x 45.5 cm, 1979 Philip Pocock: Living Streets - Ave. C, vintage Cibachrome print, 35.5 x 45.5 cm, 1978 

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Vintage works by Sylvia Plachy and Philip Pocock revisit New York in 1970s and 1980s.
"I have never seen anyone capture the moment with greater intimacy and humanity," André Kertész said about Plachy, while Richard Avedon remarked: "...since Robert Frank's America, I have not seen an oeuvre of such depth and power"
Philip Pocock's Cibachromes from his famous East Village series show the life of the poor side with a focus on street murals, the visual vernacular of the people, painted on the wall.