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The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation invites you to play the POVNYC guessing game with me at the Salmagundi Club! In my illustrated lecture about "Point of View New York City" I will describe the creative process behind the book and challenge you to explore the city, and for sure the East & West Villages, from an unusual angle.
Save the date and secure a seat right now, it's free! To register, please call the GVSHP at (212) 475-9585 ext. 35 or send an email. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing.
Monday, November 17, 6:30-8:00 pm
Free, reservations required
47 5th Ave (bet 11th & 12ths Sts.)
New York, NY 10003
The GVSHP page announces the program:
"Upon moving to the East Village in 2006, Janko Puls quickly realized that New York City was changing faster than he could get to know it. Being a photographer, it was natural for him to use his camera as a tool towards understanding and documenting the city around him. He began taking photos from unusual angles or catching some easily missed architectural element. The results not only offered a profound perspective on a locale, but playfully challenged the viewer’s understanding of it.
Collected in the new book Point of View New York City, these images form the map of "The City" that the author has created from his explorations. From this he offers an illustrated lecture that will describe his creative process and invite the audience to join in the riddle game he has created through his photography"
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