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Photos of what is left of New York City's pre-gentrified Lower East Side when it was a neighborhood of immigrants.
  • THE PHOTOGRAPHERS: Brooklyn born and raised photographers David Scheinbaum & Janet Russek are private photography dealers and consultants now living in Santa Fe, NM, representing the Estates of Beaumont and Nancy Newhall, and the Estate of Eliot Porter.
  • THE BOOK: Photographs of New York's Lower East Side taken from 1990 to now, sequenced as a walk through the neighborhood and featuring iconic places and shops like Essex Street Market, Acme Fish, Streit's Matzos, Moishe's, Sheila's, Ben Freedman, Orchard Corset, Katz's Deli, Yonah Schimmel, Kossar's . The remnants of this neighborhood's immigrant past.
  • AUTHORS: Amy Stein-Milford is the Deputy Director of the Museum at Eldridge Street Sean Corcoran is the Curator of Prints and Photographs at the Museum of the City of New York

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Janet Russek and David Scheinbaum: Remnants

Photographs of the Lower East Side

Text by Amy Stein-Milford, Sean Corcoran.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New Mexico–based photographers David Scheinbaum (born 1951) and Janet Russek (born 1947) started photographing New York’s Lower East Side in 1999, and have chronicled a time of extraordinary transformation.

Undergoing rapid gentrification into a “hipster” neighborhood, the future of the Lower East Side is now unclear. In 2008, the National Trust for Historic Preservation added the neighborhood to its list of America’s Most Endangered Places, and many believe the cultural institutions and ideologies that established the Lower East Side are disappearing forever.

Throughout its history, New York’s Lower East Side has reflected the cultural demographics of the city and fostered a rich cultural environment for immigrant life, becoming the home to many ethnic groups.

With this volume, Scheinbaum and Russek capture remnants of history through their intimate portraits of iconic places such as Katz's Deli, Essex Street Market, Orchard Corset and Streit's Matzo.


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