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THE VISUAL STATEMENT:HALLOWEEN IN NEW YORK
BY VIRGINIA LOZANO

Ihad the pleasure of attending one of American photographer Mary Ellen
Mark's photography workshops last week in New York City. Like much of Mary
Ellen's work, we focused on street photography of children and dogs. It was an envi-
ronment where we had to find moments in Halloween events that were more than
just the costumes or adorable subjects. Moments that told stories of where we were,
and how the neighborhoods within Queens and Brooklyn are composed of both rich
and poor areas living rightnext to each other. To put itasimply, it was what Mary
Ellen, who has won three Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards, described asjust
"American."

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