More Turns, a series/installation by Bill Sullivan, a local NYC artist, showcases a part of our day that we rarely ever notice (or even try our hardest not to notice): people passing through the turnstiles in the subway.
Installed as a series of 6 larger than full-size images, the portraits become a window into the familiar, but re-presented in a striking and unfamiliar way. The photographs confront the viewer with the stare of the commuter in such a way to freeze both the subject and the viewer. Please take a minute to look at the website and see the individual expressions on the faces, amazing. We should all take such an interest in the everyday din of the city. Because in it we can find those fleeting moments of beauty.