It's complicated inside New York City's 99 cent stores, where creativity and exploitation coexist.
An artist makes her books by walking. Their pages unfold in ways as unusual and idiosyncratic as the city itself.
Four and a Half Gasoline Stations
As redevelopment and electrification push them into the realm of history, unexpected social patterns still reveal themselves at the pumps.
Another Green Appearance
Architectural adaptations create space for prayer for New York City's growing Muslim communities, transforming townhouses and apartments into more sacred precincts.
Designed for other uses and users, Corona Plaza has become a critical infrastructure for streetside selling. In the face of economic and legal pressures, vendors are organizing themselves and the space to ensure both individual survival and collective prosperity.
Staying Means Leaving
How do you respond to remediation when it falls short, again and again? For New Jersey's Ramapough Lunaape, mending the impacts of pollution on ancestral land means restoring health and indigenous culture on new ground.