In the middle of a paved Midtown park, tunnel air whirs through 46 huge fans.
In West Harlem, a wastewater treatment plants hides beneath a 28-acre state park.
In Long Island City, stunted electrical poles mark some of the city's most contested real estate.
In Mott Haven, a building's true purpose hides behind facsimile stoops and windows.
Architecture, art, and infrastructure once collided on this now vacant stretch in Coney Island.
A gas plant and five-star hotel scratch the surface of one Williamsburg block.
Underwater and out of sight, electricity moves between boroughs through tunnels designed to weather the storm.
Traces of a private water supply system, only recently decommissioned, extend across southeastern Queens.
Hidden in Central Park, the remains of a 19th century reservoir that fell out of fashion.
For Underexposed, photographer Stanley Greenberg's monthly dispatches trace the myriad paths of the city’s infrastructural networks in great breadth and close detail.