The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960

The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960
The Window People | Photos by Norman Lerner, New York, 1960


“Everywhere I went I became aware of people looking out of windows. That was New York City
 before everything was air-conditioned so people opened up their windows to get the light and 
the air in. I found that there was a whole subculture of people who were literally living 
their lives sitting, looking out their windows at the people down below.

“Many of these buildings no longer exist, so the buildings have passed on in history. 
And many of these people no longer exist also, so they have passed on into eternity . . .
 And that’s the marvelous thing about photography. It can capture that instance and 
stays with you as long as you have that image.”



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