The Murals of Spanish Harlem Lorenzo Domínguez
by Lorenzo Domínguez
About the Book
Taken from July 2010 until May 2011, NYC street photographer Lorenzo Domínguez presents an unprecedented collection of photographs documenting the murals of New York's El Barrrio, Spanish Harlem.
Included are photos of work by artists and organizations including HOPE, CAW, Manuel Vega, James De La Vega and Tat's Cru, amongst others.
Wherever possible Lorenzo provides the name of the mural, who created the work, when it was finished and the location of the piece.
In addition to traditional pictorial murals, also included are examples of large pieces of graffiti within the scope of the area previously stated.
Lorenzo is an expert and author on street photography, and an award-winning street photographer. As the Photography Examiner for New York for the Examiner.com, Lorenzo chronicles what’s up, what’s new and what’s notable in the world of photography in NYC. In 2008, he was chosen to be the HP Be Brilliant Featured Artist and he became the best-selling author of 25 Lessons I’ve Learned (about photography). Since taking up digital photography in 2005, his photography has been featured in fotoMAGAZIN, Germany's premier photo magazine, and his photos have been cited and published by over 350 other blogs, websites, and print publications. Today, Lorenzo has over 30,000 photographs on flickr.com—where his photos have been seen over 6 million times and where he ranks as one of the site's most popular photographers. He has been called an "Internet photography sensation" by Time Out New York and is considered a "Flickr star" by Rob Walker, Consumed columnist, for the New York Times.