What do new york bohemian residents look like
"I still like New York, but not bicycle paths, not bicycles, not people on bicycles. I do not like glass towers and network stores. New York turned into the city of chasters ", – said one of the participants of the photographer of Sally Sally Davis.
Sally, like her heroes, lives in New York for many years and still remembers his city internal strength, cosmopolitanism and freedom of creativity. That’s what she says about him now: "I don’t like everything in New York, but what I really love, keeps in place for almost 40 years. It was a place where it was possible to disappear while dealing with. I was lucky that I lived here in the magical, crazy old times, before everything became such a bourgeois ".
Project participants often mention the word "gentrification". It appeared in 1964 in London and marginally replaced by the population of marginal, declining areas of more respectable public. To the same extent, this can be attributed to the New York of the late XX – early XXI century. Odious, bohemian, photogenic, incredibly attractive, now it is really a city of white collar, but is still one of the signs in the US. And on his streets, you can still celebrate the most different people, sometimes even very unusual.