No Park Here | James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

James Prez

Statement

I first started taking black and white photographs of No Parking signs in 1987. In 2012, I decided to use a digital camera to shoot New York City garage entrances in color. These images reflect my interest in abstract art, graphic design, handmade signs, folk and vernacular art, and private versus public space as well as landscape photography.

Bio

“I work as if I am in great demand.” James Prez earned his MFA from Visual Studies Workshop and currently works and resides in Brooklyn.

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