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Best New York’s Last Indie Booksellers Portraits

Best New York’s Last Indie Booksellers Portraits
Portraits of New York Booksellers
James Drougas at Unoppressive Non-Imperialist Bargain Books, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, 2017.
Picture taker Franck Bohbot and writer Philippe Ungar have united for an undertaking that takes a gander at a specialty populace of New York City—autonomous book retailers. As book deals decrease and extensive chains battle to keep their entryways open, the autonomous bookshop has turned into an encouraging point for artistic darlings.


Best New York’s Last Indie Booksellers PortraitsPortraits of New York Booksellers
Corey Farach at Bluestockings, Lower East Side, Manhattan, 2017
Matt Winn at Molasses Books, Bushwick, Brooklyn, 2017
Best New York’s Last Indie Booksellers Portraits
Independent Book Sellers
Heather O'Donnell at Honey and wax books, Gowanus, Brooklyn, 2017
Best New York’s Last Indie Booksellers Portraits
We are New York Indie Booksellers
Nick Chase at The Corner Bookstore, Upper East Side, Manhattan, 2017
independent book sellers
Joseph Koch at Joseph Koch's Comic Book Warehouse, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY, 2017
Independent Book Sellers
Michael Seidenberg at Brazenhead Books, Yorkville, Manhattan, 2017.
Portraits of New York Booksellers
Janifer P. Wilson at Sisters Uptown Bookstore, Harlem, Manhattan, 2017
Independent Booksellers
Jennifer Fischer, Street Bookseller, St. Marks Place, East Village, Manhattan, 2017
independent booksellers
Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, East Village, Manhattan, 2017
We are New York Indie Booksellers
Peter Miller at Freebird bookstore, Red Hook, Brooklyn, 2017
We are New York Indie Booksellers
Joseph Koch's Comic Book Warehouse, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY, 2017

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