Upper West Side Dogs
About the artwork
This was taken on a summer day at 70th Street and Broadway, in New York. It’s a quintessential New York moment; I can’t imagine another place where one dog walker would serve so many well-behaved dogs. For a second it might even look surreal. I consider this image part of a conversation about New York dogs that has been championed by photographer Elliott Erwitt, among others.
About Ruvan Wijesooriya
“I’m motivated by an ongoing study of beauty and the feminine”
Self-taught photographyer Ruvan Wijesooriya takes an approach to his medium that explores, as he describes it, a universal and nostalgic visual language to depict the world around us.
He has exhibited his work at major events and arts venues internation...More about Ruvan Wijesooriya
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