Photographers Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel explain their photographic project and photo book exploring Harlem's 125th Street during a time of profound change for Harlem and for New York City overall.
Working collaboratively on film with a 4x5 field camera, Diggs and Hillel have captured a series of images of one of America's iconic main streets in transition, as global economic forces reconfigure the neighborhood's physical and cultural landscape.
The photos have been collected in a new digital book from Restless Books, available for iBooks, with introductory essays by journalist Greg Tate and photography critic Vicki Goldberg.
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