Street Play

Street Play By Martha Cooper, Street Play
  • Title: Street Play
  • Author: Martha Cooper
  • ISBN: 3937946160
  • Page: 398
  • Format: reli
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      Published :2020-04-09T17:28:10+00:00

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    702 thoughts on “Street Play”

    1. Cette photographe, peu connue en france, t moigne dans ce livre de la naissance d une culture am ricaine inventive Un livre touchant que j ai d couvert sur Mettre en culture.A lire et voir, esp rant bient t une exposition de cette artiste.


    2. The cover of this book was shot in front of my building, 629 E 5th St in Manhattan, NYC I m pretty sure the kid in the background is me I still have to contact Martha Cooper to confirm Funny how when you re a child, you don t realize that the life around you is absolutely extraordinary As I thumbed through the book and saw the very places I played in as a child, I couldn t help but think, wow, that s a lot of trash and junk There were 16 tenement buildings when we moved there in 1969, and just 3 [...]


    3. I love this book so much, it brought back many memories, I lived through those times and believe it or not, it was fun I grew up in the South Bronx When you re a kid you don t pay attention too much to a lot of the negative things around you like the poverty, junk yards, burnt buildings and cars, garbage and danger, you just learn, survive, and live to see another day As a kid you accept what you have and make the best of it the main focus is on having fun and being free Getting and staying outs [...]


    4. Martha Cooper has restored my faded childhood memories of New York City well at least parts of the city Melle Mel s famous lyric It s like a jungle, sometimes it makes me wonder, how I keep from going under these photos going along in a perfect melody of still photosor something like thatI glad she had the opportunity and film to document this particular era in the city The Lower East Side Alphabet City has changed a lot I have shown this book to the younger members of my family they have taken [...]


    5. Love Martha Cooper and the many black white photographs in this book, the children are poor and have nothing but their imaginations inventivenes keep smiles on their face, very similar to my own upbringing in the city.


    6. As a child who grew up in Lower East Side during this period I appreciate the photographs My how times have changed.Life is interesting I remember the street play and had forgotten how financially poor I was Too busy playing.


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