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42 Years of New York City Street Photography

Mar 20, 2014 | 127-part series
Video by Riley Hooper

Artist Flo Fox describes her life creating gritty, clever, and often raunchy images. Despite multiple sclerosis, lung cancer, and partial blindness, Fox continues to capture life in the big city. Flo, which has screened at festivals across the country, comes from director Riley Hooper.

Editor's Note: The film contains nude photographs.

Author: Paul Rosenfeld

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