SoHo Blues: The Photographs of Allan Tannenbaum

Yukie Ohta |

SoHo Blues: The Photographs of Allan Tannenbaum

We would not have such a rich visual record of SoHo in the 1970’s (or of American culture for that matter) were it not for this outrageously talented, not to mention ubiquitous, photographer.

  • Pravda Tannenbaum

    Pravda: The SoHo Nightclub That Never Was

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  • Rebecca Kelly

    Interview with Choreographer Rebecca Kelly

    Like many SoHo pioneers, choreographer Rebecca Kelly moved to SoHo in 1974 in search of space to do her work. With husband Craig Brashear, she…

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  • Vesuvio Christine Berry

    Drawing SoHo

    SoHo has appeared in myriad media: photography, film, writing, spoken words, all of which have been discussed here. What about drawing, the oft…

    Aug 01 2018

  • Remembering Michael Goldstein

    Remembering Michael Goldstein

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    Jul 09 2018

  • Facade of 155 Mercer Street then and now

    Back to the Future on Mercer Street

    After a long and meticulous renovation and restoration, Fireman’s Hall, at 155 Mercer Street, opened as Dolce & Gabbana, the high-end Italian…

    Jun 04 2018

  • The Saint of SoHo

    The Saint of SoHo

    Did you know there was a Saint of SoHo? The Church of St. Alphonsus Liguori on West Broadway near Canal was demolished in 1981. After a failed…

    May 02 2018