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Lexington Avenue, a street long associated with the glamour and affluence of New York. The artist’s gritty image offers us a different perspective. One that reflects upon reality vs. fantasy and a shared human struggle. “like everything in life, you have to cross many layers of dirt, breaking through the debris to reach the top. You have to cross the iron gates, the dirty roads; The beginnings are so difficult, but at the end of the tunnel, you always see the light.

40” x 60” - 101.6 cm x 152.4 cm
30” x 45” - 76.2 cm x 114.3 cm
Signed, Limited Edition of 17*

Lightjet color photograph on Fujiflex Crystal Archive glossy.
Mounted under UV acrylic glass.