About the Book
HARRY WILKS explores the quirky rhythms of urban and manmade rural environments, from rooftops in New York City or near bridges that span the Hudson River. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries, most recently in 2009 with a solo exhibition at the Albany Institute of History and Art. His photographs are included in public collections such as the Brooklyn Museum, the International Center of Photography, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and in corporate collections including Chase, Fidelity Investments, and Pfizer, and in private collections. He is known to be right-handed, lives with his wife and son in New York and is said to be one of America’s leading photographers of guardrails.