Pilot fish around a great shark

Duane Michals protests against Trump's policy of separating children from their parents on the Mexican border in front of the Trump Tower on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, New York.
The iconic artist, know for his photography, was once skeptical about the effectiveness of art as a political protest, at least that's what he told Bomb Magazine in 1987: Art’s “political aspirations are impotent, they can never be seen. If they are, it will only be by a limited audience. (…) Power is not with the artist. Artists are little pilot fish swimming around a great shark. We have to understand the nature of power. Power is in the hands of big money and oil companies.”
Maybe that's why he's putting himself in front of the tower today.
The last time I met Duane was in 1989 in his own exhibition in the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg/Germany.

Survivors Victims Perpetrators

Tonight @ United Nations in Manhattan, New York City
Opening of the exhibition Survivors Victims Perpetrators with large portraits of Holocaust survivors from Luigi Toscano
A project with the House of the Wannsee Conference Memorial Site in Berlin-Wannsee, Germany

Do angels have sex?

Michelangelo's creation of Adam in a car park in Chelsea, Manhattan, New York

Manifestationen des Religiösen in Amerika

15. Oktober – 22. November 2016
Ausstellugseröffnung am 14. Oktober um 19.00 Uhr

a|e| Galerie: Charlottenstraße 13, 14467 Potsdam Mi–Fr 15–19, Sa 12–16 Uhr

Rocks and Clouds

Mitch Epstein during his opening of "Rocks and Clouds" at Yancey Richardson Gallery, Chelsea | New York

Foxhurst, Bronx

It has always something to do with imagination

Foxhurst, Bronx | New York

In my almost daily strolls through New York I am always surprised by the diversity of the different neighborhoods.

East Hampton

Beach, East Hampton | Long Island

Looking forward to the next weekend in East Hampton. Here a screenshot of the beach from Google street view...
I think we need to be really careful, because of all the corners and edges.
Apropos, that's not us in the photo!

Washington Cemetery Brooklyn 

Midwood, Brooklyn | New York
Descending from the F-Line at Bay Pkwy in Brooklyn, directly into the Washington Cemetery, I've seen thousands of jewish graves mostly from Russian jews with portraits of the deceased and a lot grave stones in German language