My friend Stephanie Keith, an extraordinary photographer with an insatiable curiosity about the world and a passion for documenting it, has done some of the best work on Occupy Wall Street. That’s her now-iconic photograph (above) of the Brooklyn Bridge arrests, taken shortly before she herself was arrested.
Her new book of images, Occupy Wall Street NYC, is available in preview now, and I’m so excited for her but also hoping some developer — ideally, Once Magazine’s — will offer to create a really good iPad app for it. A historical collection like hers deserves meticulous presentation and wide distribution.
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