Two Days, Two Artists & Two Portraits Depicting The South Bronx’s Regulars

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Documentary Photographer David Katzenstein and Portrait Artist R. Douglass Rice are the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributors of these portraits.  These images are from their project ‘Alexander Avenue‘. To see David’s and R. Douglass’ body of work click on any image.

 

HENRY

 

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ANDRES

 

The Alexander Avenue Project is a collaboration between portrait artist R. Douglass Rice and photographer David Katzenstein. These artists have been friends and collaborators for over 20 years, and this is their current project about the people who make up the livelihood of one block on Alexander Avenue in the South Bronx. The artists spent two days on the block where Doug Rice’s studio is located, meeting and photographing the neighborhood regulars. The initial concept was for Katzenstein to create 10 portraits of individuals who inhabited the block and then Rice would use these images as inspiration in his painting process. Upon completion the artists returned to their subjects to share with them their creations.

This project was completed in June, 2016.

Photographs: David Katzenstein

Paintings: R. Douglass Rice

 

LOUIS

 

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DAVID

 

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DEBORAH

 

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ROCK

 

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LUIS

 

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JOSE

 

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CARMEN

 

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DAVID KATZENSTEIN

 

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R DOUGLASS RICE

 

See also:

Paintings & Sculptures

By R. Douglass Rice

 

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New York City

By David Katzenstein

 


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