Virtual Talk: The Harlem River – New York’s Forgotten Waterfront

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The Harlem River is an eight-mile-long tidal strait that runs past some of the most densely populated neighborhoods in New York City. However, most people living near the river have no access to its shoreline, which has been described as "New York’s Forgotten Waterfront.” This talk will highlight the work of two photographers - Duane Bailey-Castro and Nathan Kensinger - who have been exploring the Harlem River’s bridges, parks, and shoreline for the last decade. They will discuss issues of access, transportation, and pollution while sharing their images of the historic architecture and new green spaces that line this fascinating waterway.


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