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Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting
Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting

Neighborhood Stroll by David Brandon Geeting

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Neighborhood Stroll is a collection of photographs taken outside in Geeting’s own neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Void of humans, the work dissects what they’ve left behind; a sky trapped by wires, an empty can of beer, a stop sign stripped of color, leaves atop a box of pasta, a window display in disarray.

Though the work was made in the very recent past, this snapshot of the late 2010’s in gentrified Greenpoint feels more post-apocalyptic than it does present-day. Brightly lit and bursting with vivid color, the cautionary content of these images is hidden beneath their complex compositions and aesthetic appeal. A departure from his usual studio-heavy practice, Geeting’s Neighborhood Stroll challenges the tradition of New York street photography and what it means to capture a decisive moment in time.

(…) David can make images in a controlled way or pull them out of thin air. And for me, both look like they came from the same brain. I can see the images in this book and recognize them as DBG’s, and I can see the link to his more set up/manipulated images and even his commercial images. It’s not just a style, it’s a vision or a language that runs through all the work that makes it stand out. (PETER SUTHERLAND)

October 2019
300 pages
22.9x30.5cm
HARDCOVER “LIBRARY BINDING” ON SOFTCOVER PHOTO BOOK
SHRINK-WRAPPED WITH FOLDED POSTER