Harlem by Ruben Natal-San Miguel

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Harlem by Ruben Natal-San Miguel

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Harlem by Ruben Natal-San Miguel, 2019

Harlem, from the series S​​treet Life: A New York City Vanishing Act
This photography series focuses on capturing the last vestiges of the vibrant street culture, the traditions and lifestyles that are quickly being eradicated due to the aggressive gentrification that’s invading almost every corner of NYC. For the past sixteen years during the summer months, Ruben Natal-San Miguel has traveled by bicycle throughout the 5 Boroughs of NYC, camera-in-hand, in search of what is like to live in NYC areas that. This place had been ignored by the government and most of society. Natal-San Miguel has been able to find, not only a vibrant and colorful vision of that other Manhattan but, also a happy, endearing and very meaningful life lesson of what is like when the human spirit and communities make the best of others may considered to be so little.

Ruben Natal-San Miguel is an architect, fine art photographer, curator, creative director and critic. His work has been featured in numerous institutions: The New York Public Library, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Griffin Museum of Photography, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, African American Museum of Philadelphia, The Makeshift Museum in Los Angeles, University of Washington, El Museo del Barrio and Phillips Auction House. His photography has been published in a long list of publications, highlights: New York Magazine, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Time OUT, Aperture, Daily News, OUT, American Photo, ARTFORUM, VICE, Musee, ARTnet and The New Yorker. His photographs are in the permanent collection of El Museo Del Barrio in NYC, The Center for Photography at Woodstock , NY, The Contemporary Collection of the Mint Museum Charlotte, North Carolina, The Bronx  Museum for the Arts and The Museum of The City of NY.

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