Ryan Weideman, a photographer who took a taxi shift to make ends meet, turned his camera on his fares during the 1980s and ’90s.

A Taxi Driver’s Photos of New York

Ryan Weideman, a photographer who took a taxi shift to make ends meet, turned his camera on his fares during the and

Ryan Weideman Would You Like Some Candy, Cabbie?, 1982

This Taxi Driver Spent 20 Years Photographing His Passengers In NYC Starting 30 Years Ago

Ryan Weideman photographie les passagers de son taxi - L'Œil de la photographie

The back seat of a cab in New York - his was, for Ryan Weideman, a “photographic studio” for decades. When Ryan Weideman arrived at New York in 1980

Ryan Weideman Snake People, Lower East Side, 1984

This Taxi Driver Spent 20 Years Photographing His Passengers In NYC Starting 30 Years Ago

In My Taxi est une série composée de 40 photographies extraordinaires de Ryan Weideman, chauffeur de taxi et artiste à ses heures perdues. Ses images offrent une vue en plongée sur la diversité culturelle qui caractérise l'évolution de la ville de New York

This Taxi Driver Spent 20 Years Photographing His Passengers In NYC Starting 30 Years Ago

Ryan Weideman. Self-Portrait with Coy Female. 1997  [::SemAp...

Photographer Ryan Weideman has been snapping portraits of the folks in his New York City cab since the early capturing subjects as ordinary as a waitress and as extraordinary as Allen Ginsberg.

Retratos de la intensa vida en el asiento trasero de un taxi

Retratos de la intensa vida en el asiento trasero de un taxi

The back seat of a cab in New York - his was, for Ryan Weideman, a “photographic studio” for decades. When Ryan Weideman arrived at New York in 1980

New York. 1996.

A Taxi Driver's Photos of New York

Ryan Weideman, a photographer who took a taxi shift to make ends meet, turned his camera on his fares during the and

New York. 1984.

A Taxi Driver's Photos of New York

Candid Photographs Reveal New York City Taxicab Passengers Taken by Their Own Driver in the and ~ vintage everyday

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