"City Depths," an exhibition
of photographs by Henrik Krogius and Stephen Schuster now on
display at Brooklyn Public Library’s Central branch, examines
the New York City subway system.
Over the last 50 years, Krogius, whose photograph, taken Dec. 20, 1960, is shown above, has focused on the relationship of diverse riders to one another and their underground environment. Schuster, meanwhile, is drawn to the dark, largely unexplored tunnels through which the trains travel.
"City Depths" is on display in the Grand Lobby through Jan. 30. Library hours are Tuesday through Thursday, 10 am to 9 pm; Friday and Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm; closed on Mondays. The exhibition is free.The library is located at Grand Army Plaza. For more information, visit www.brookl
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