You tawkin' ta me?
You tawkin' ta me? is an installation of New York City photographs by Jeannette Ferrary about the messages of the street. Taken during the past four years, Ferrary’s photographs depict the variety of life to be found on New York City’s public spaces: New Yorkers going about their day, vendors tending to their business, the myriad of signs posted in public view, and the visual vibrancy of the built environment. Displayed in pairs, the images reverberate off each other, creating a synergy that plays on the element of surprise and often deepens our insight into the moment. Through these juxtapositions and a keenly honed sense of place, Ferrary shows us a town where the tawkin' never stops.