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PICTURING ARCHITECTURE⁠⠀ Tia forever Patient © Gregg LeFevre⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ The images featured here are from my series: ⁠⠀ Picturing Architecture. They are all straight forward street shots of outdoor advertisements, with little or no photoshop or digital manipulation. The series springs from the larger body of work described below by Mija Riedel.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Gregg LeFevre: Defacing Corporate Cool⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ (by Mija Riedel for TAKE on art Magazine, New Delhi )⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Corporate advertising imprints itself on a city and not surprisingly, a city often talks back. Since the mid-1990's, Gregg LeFevre has been documenting the dialog in cities around the world. His photographs illustrate the accidental, premeditated, random, and fleeting ways that a city’s inhabitants—from protestors to pigeons—often respond to commercial messaging.⁠⠀ LeFevre’s photographs document the plethora of ways in which the city can sabotage corporate billboards. Unlike most forms of print media, billboards offer a highly visible forum for dissenting opinion, and they can morph—in a matter of minutes—from one message to another. Protestors respond. Graffiti artists recognize opportunities to counter-advertise.The elements—sun, wind, rain—leave their marks. The city itself inadvertently comments with its leaky pipes and barbed wire fences, construction and demolition zones. Installers cut into the images, cropping them to fit buses, doorways, and windows. By capturing these collected alterations, LeFevre intends his pictures to read like a visual form of call and response between commercial parables and the actual lives unfolding around them, and as an exposé of corporate advertising’s infiltration of private life and thought.⁠⠀

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✨Respice, Adspice, Prospice✨ City College of New York/City College/CCNY is a public senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY ) in New York City, founded in 1847. 📷 by @andreinavalderrama / #andreinavalderrama 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 ❛We are exploring the Big Apple beyond its most known attractions / landmarks / hidden jewels / individuals / stories!❜ ★ ★ www.hellobigapple.net ★ ★ 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 𖥸 #hellobigapple #thecitycollegeofnewyork #nycbeauty #citycollege #ccny #publicseniorcollege #nyccollege #cuny #newyorkcity #nycarchitecture #hellonewyork #architecturelovers #hamiltonheights #manhattan #freeacademy #architecture #beautiful #details #wow #exploringnyc #traveler #traveltonyc #perfect #travelblogger #welcometonewyork

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Rockefeller Plaza floor, NYC. #artdeco #artmoderne #nycarchitecture #vintagenyc #30rock #rockefellerplaza

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PICTURING ARCHITECTURE⁠⠀ Stegosaurus © Gregg LeFevre⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ The images featured here are from my series: ⁠⠀ Picturing Architecture. They are all straight forward street shots of outdoor advertisements, with little or no photoshop or digital manipulation. The series springs from the larger body of work described below by Mija Riedel.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Gregg LeFevre: Defacing Corporate Cool⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ (by Mija Riedel for TAKE on art Magazine, New Delhi )⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Corporate advertising imprints itself on a city and not surprisingly, a city often talks back. Since the mid-1990's, Gregg LeFevre has been documenting the dialog in cities around the world. His photographs illustrate the accidental, premeditated, random, and fleeting ways that a city’s inhabitants—from protestors to pigeons—often respond to commercial messaging.⁠⠀ LeFevre’s photographs document the plethora of ways in which the city can sabotage corporate billboards. Unlike most forms of print media, billboards offer a highly visible forum for dissenting opinion, and they can morph—in a matter of minutes—from one message to another. Protestors respond. Graffiti artists recognize opportunities to counter-advertise.The elements—sun, wind, rain—leave their marks. The city itself inadvertently comments with its leaky pipes and barbed wire fences, construction and demolition zones. Installers cut into the images, cropping them to fit buses, doorways, and windows. By capturing these collected alterations, LeFevre intends his pictures to read like a visual form of call and response between commercial parables and the actual lives unfolding around them, and as an exposé of corporate advertising’s infiltration of private life and thought.⁠⠀

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One of my favorites from NYC. The stupid expression on my face is me hearing someone singing Bon Jovi at a karaoke contest right in front of me. Still regret not joining them. ———————————————————————————— #newyorkcity #nyc #nycity #nyc_explorers #nycarchitecture #newyork_instagram #sixties #explorenyc #nycviews #nyclife #carousel #wonderwheel #coneyisland #instanewyork #coneyislandboardwalk #what_i_saw_in_nyc #iloveny #ilovenyc

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Missing NYC & it's food right now ☹️

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One last look NY. I'll be back. You can bet! 🇺🇸🗽 #flatiron #flatironbuilding

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5 hours ago

“Scared to go to sleep now cause being awake is what all my dreams were like, back when the bar that I had set for myself was out of sight.”

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“Scared to go to sleep now cause being awake is what all my dreams were like, back when the bar that I had set for myself was out of sight.”

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• Under siege but still a crown jewel • NYC Architecture Series: Chrysler Building [Architect: William Van Alen - 1930] •

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NYC scene

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Terrestrials, yes I’m just uploading pictures from last weekend cause I can’t get over how busy we kept ourselves. Plus I’m drawn to The Vessel because it’s looks & feels like a space pod 👽 & that makes me feel normal. In the last year we’ve been to New York City FOUR times & we always choose to spend our time at restaurants. This time we split it up & created our own photo/food walk of the city & followed through! On anything note: I need someone from Rhode Island to model for me for a YouTube video... if it’s you or if you know someone that would like to spend a few hours just mucking about & having HMU. —— : : : #nycphotography #browntraveler #compositionkillerz #citykillerz #traveldesire #travelphotoblog #newyorkcityart #thevessel #thevesselnyc #leadinglines #travelwithmeaning #createandcultivate #hudsonyards #canonfanphoto #canoneosr #eosr #travelnyc #architecturephotography #architecture_view #nycarchitecture #urbanphotos #urbanshoot

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🎙 Weekend Market Report: Following tremendous sales in June, the Upper East Side has seen a summer slowdown. See link in bio for a snapshot of recent activity. ☝️ ⠀ ⠀ What to keep up with the #UES ? Follow these agents for listings, sales & neighborhood trends:⠀ ⠀ @jedgarfield_ljg@thewexlerteam@caylynsullivan@east80stownhouses@lesserkanthateam ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #WeKnowTownhouses #realestatenews #nycrealestate #nycrealtor #nyctownhouse #brownstone #realestatetrends #uppereastside #realestateblog #nycstreet #manhattan #summerinthecity #citystreet #realestatephotography #nycarchitecture

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Insensation is delivering stairs for what will be the largest house in Vero Beach, Florida. The modernist structure is built by Orlando architectural and development powerhouse Phil Kean Designs, the house sits on a 3.44-acre double-lot with hundreds of feet of ocean frontage.

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Insensation is delivering stairs for what will be the largest house in Vero Beach, Florida. The modernist structure is built by Orlando architectural and development powerhouse Phil Kean Designs, the house sits on a 3.44-acre double-lot with hundreds of feet of ocean frontage.

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PICTURING ARCHITECTURE⁠ Towers & Steeples © Gregg LeFevre⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ The images featured here are from my new series: ⁠⠀ Picturing Architecture. They are all straight forward street shots of outdoor advertisements, with little or no no photoshop or digital manipulation. The series springs from the larger body of work described below by Mija Riedel.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Gregg LeFevre: Defacing Corporate Cool⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ (by Mija Riedel for TAKE on art Magazine, New Delhi )⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Corporate advertising imprints itself on a city and not surprisingly, a city often talks back. Since the mid-1990's, Gregg LeFevre has been documenting the dialog in cities around the world. His photographs illustrate the accidental, premeditated, random, and fleeting ways that a city’s inhabitants—from protestors to pigeons—often respond to commercial messaging.⁠⠀ LeFevre’s photographs document the plethora of ways in which the city can sabotage corporate billboards. Unlike most forms of print media, billboards offer a highly visible forum for dissenting opinion, and they can morph—in a matter of minutes—from one message to another. Protestors respond. Graffiti artists recognize opportunities to counter-advertise.The elements—sun, wind, rain—leave their marks. The city itself inadvertently comments with its leaky pipes and barbed wire fences, construction and demolition zones. Installers cut into the images, cropping them to fit buses, doorways, and windows. By capturing these collected alterations, LeFevre intends his pictures to read like a visual form of call and response between commercial parables and the actual lives unfolding around them, and as an exposé of corporate advertising’s infiltration of private life and thought.⁠⠀

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8 hours ago

Perhaps the most iconic bridge in the world 🏙️

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When our #MKDANYC team designed this 50,000 square-foot workspace for @taboola , the goal was to design an office that promotes ideation and creativity. Having a collaborative work environment with multiple shared public areas was the type of multicultural spirit and energy our team brought to this space! #MKDAdesigns #interiordesign #interiordesigners #design #architecture #architects #instaarch #instagood #instadesign #archilove #officedesign #nycdesign #nycarchitecture #cooloffices #nycofficespace #mkdadesigns

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Morning

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Worship the ground you walk on #nyc #manhattan #midtownwest #hudsonyards #floor #tiles #nycarchitecture #architecture

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The Apple Store on Upper East Side, on southwest corner of E. 74th Street and Madison Avenue, is doing as brisk a business since the spring of 2014, as was, the Madison branch of the, United States Mortgage and Trust Company, in the spring of 1921. Prior to the announcement the firm had purchased lots No. 27 and No. 29 on East 74th Street which abutted the existing bank branch. Now, in May, it sold that structure and announced plans to erect a new structure, predicted by The Times to be “a handsome individual bank building.” Architect Henry O. Chapman, was given the commission and on May 21, 1921, reported on his designs. The building will be in the style of the late English Renaissance, the exterior of limestone, with Knoxville marble entrance and base. The plans are to give the maximum of light and air and in every way to conform to modern standards of banking architecture. Chapman’s resultant building, completed in 1922, was a critical success. The dazzling white neo-Classical facade oozed respectability and tradition - traits the financial institution sought to portray to its potential customers. Ornamentation was reserved to carved panel; shallow, stylized capitals above the two-story pilasters; and a weighty balustrade parapet above the cornice. The Beaux-Arts building constructed to house the U.S. Mortgage and Trust bank in the 1920s, was remodeled as Manhattan’s 6th location in the summer of 2015. When we saw it, we knew this was the right location to open a store in this neighborhood. The new store is small and personal, but looks spacious with it’s marble entrance and high ceilings. #newyork #newyorkcity #newyorkarea #newyorklike #nycarchitecture #apple #iphonecamera #beauxarts #grandcentral #madisonavenue #uppereastside #pennstation #botticelli #neoclassical #viewsfromanyctaxi

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Appreciating the architecture of @jbmarchitect and interior design of @thomasjayne The timeless and distinctive beauty of woodwork is hard to beat, love the way they’ve featured the millwork in this window alcove. . . . Repost @jbmarchitect ・・・ The window alcove in this New England university house, receives an abundance of natural light. In keeping with our commitment to capturing light for interior space, we preserved the existing bay windows and reworked the millwork, shelving and paneling with a cerused oak finish. Interior Design: @thomasjayne Photo Credit: @durstonsaylor

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