Day To Night by Stephen Wilkes
It is not often you see a cityscape that depicts both the daytime activity and what happens during the night.
Stephen Wilkes merged the AM with the PM in his collection titled Day to Night.
If you happen to live in New York or Paris you can see the collection during his exhibitions in those cities.
The New York display is from November 5th 2015 to January 9th 2016 at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and it's Paris' turn from November 12th to 15th during the Paris Photo event at the Grand Palais.
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