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Gowanus Graffiti Gone

I am finally realizing what we are losing in this mad conversion from old New York to the condominium-crazy developers of the Gowanus Canal.

From my first image of the canal, I knew I would photograph it as long as I could as it transformed from the abandoned, polluted cesspool to whatever it becomes. 

Every time I approach the Gowanus Canal, I don’t know what to expect. 

This time, Movers, Not Shakers was gone… the glorious black building with YOU SHOULD MOVE TO BROOKLYN, in 15-foot letters atop its roof, created by owner Mark Ehrhardt, so that you could plainly see it as you rolled your shopping cart out of Whole Foods. Ehrhardt brought his company from Red Hook to Gowanus, renting the location beside the Third Street Bridge from 2014 to 2021.

This is my look back at the wonderful graffiti and strange artwork that existed along the waterway: Graffiti Gone…The Destruction of Gowanus

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