A City Seen: Todd Webb's Post War New York, 1945-1960

125th Street, Harlem, New York, 1945, photography by Todd Webb, courtesy of Evans Gallery and Todd and Lucille Webb Estate

Following World War II, Todd Webb, a recently discharged Navy veteran, moved to New York City and took pictures of the city’s residents, booming waterfront, and rising skyline. Inspired by our upcoming exhibition A City Seen: Todd Webb's Post War New York, 1945-1960 (opens April 20th) join us for a series of conversations to examine Webb’s masterly but little-known work as a street photographer and the immediate postwar decades. 

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